Burkina Faso referee, Jean Ouattara will take charge of the 2021 U-20 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) final Group C game between Ghana and Gambia Monday night.
Ouattara, 35, has been an international referee since 2015.
He will be assisted by Abbes Akram Zerhouni from Algeria (Assistant I), Rodrigue Menye Mpele from Cameroon (Assistant II) and Celso Armindo Alvacao from Mozambique (Fourth Official).
Mohamed Salem El Kory from Mauritania will serve as the Match Commissioner.
Ouattara was the fourth official when Uganda took on Mozambique in a Group A encounter on February 15.
Other officials are:
Tempa N’dah Francois – Referee Assessor – Benin
Nasiru Sarkintudu Jibril – General Coordinator – Nigeria
Jamal Fathi – Technical Study Group – Morocco
Yvonne Namai Mukabana – Marketing Officer – Kenya
Desmond Katongo – Media Officer – Zambia
Emmanuel Mutunami – Security Officer – Zimbabwe
Jean Marc Ngalle Mbondjo – Doping Control – Cameroon
Michael Emiru Belay – Assistant General Coordinator – Ethiopia
Ghana will play Gambia at Stade Municipal de Nouadhibou at 19H00 on Monday as the two teams push for a quarterfinal berth.
The Black Satellites lead Group C with 4 points as Morocco while Gambia and Tanzania have one each.