World Rugby has announced the match officials for the men's international matches during the November period, with a number of Rugby Football Union (RFU) contracted referees taking charge of games.
The referees for England's games have been selected with Australia's Angus Gardner in control for the South Africa game Jerome Garces in the middle against New Zealand, Paul Williams of New Zealand will lead the officials against Japan and South Africa's Jaco Peyper taking charge against Australia.
Wayne Barnes will referee Ireland versus New Zealand in Dublin on 17 November – a match that sees the current top two ranked teams go head to head, while Barnes and Luke Pearce are part of a six referee team that will take charge of the Rugby World Cup 2019 repechage matches in Marseille.
Pearce will also take charge of Wales facing South Africa in Cardiff, while Matthew Carley will be in the middle for Japan v New Zealand at the start of the month.
Karl Dickson will making his senior international debut when he referees Georgia versus Samoa in Tbilisi, and other referees that have been selected include Craig Maxwell-Keys for Romania against USA and Tom Foley taking charge of Uruguay v Fiji.
There is also a first for referee Sara Cox who will be on assistant duties for a male international for the first time in her career when she is on the sidelines for Hong Kong v Germany and Kenya v Germany.