The Football League have announced the appointments of it’s Play-off final referees ahead of this weekend.
Refereeing the League One match between Rotherham United and Leyton Orient is David Coote.
Michael Naylor will referee the League Two final between Fleetwood Town and Burton Albion.
Coote has predominantly refereed in the Championship this season, ending his campaign with Huddersfield Town’s 4-1 win at Watford.
In 34 games this season, he has booked 104 players and sent off four.
He refereed Rotherham’s match with Port Vale in April. He last refereed Leyton Orient in December, when they drew with to-be-Champions Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Michael Naylor has also refereed 34 games this season; making 87 bookings and sending off one man.
He refereed Fleetwood’s draw with Rochdale in April. However, he has not officiated in a Burton Albion match since a 3-0 defeat to Bristol Rovers in March 2013.
Rotherham’s match with Orient will take place on Sunday 25th May with a 3pm kick-off. The League Two final will take place the following day, also kicking off at 3pm.