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Tahitian experience referee Abd-el-Kader Zitouni has been named as the center-man for Thursdays’ final Group A match between Ghana and India at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
Zitouni who was a supporting referee at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup gets the opportunity to handle his first game at the FIFA U-17 World Cup.
He will be supported on the lines by Folio Moeaki from Tonga and Bernard Alu Paekera Mutukeraa also from the Solomon Islands.
Paraguayan Enrique Caceres has been mandated to serve as the fourth official.
A win for the Black Starlets will see them qualify for the round of 16 whilst India will also be targeting their first win of the competition.
The highly anticipated clash kicks off at 14:30 GMT.