Hertfordshire-based Keith Hill will referee MK Dons’ League 1 clash with Portsmouth at Fratton Park on Tuesday evening.
The experienced official has been in the Football League since 1998 and took charge of the Dons’ first ever League fixture back in 2004, where he booked the goalscorer that day, Izale McLeod. Since then, Hill has overseen a further 10 Dons matches and has issued 45 yellow cards and two red cards.
The last time Hill refereed a match involving the Dons it was September 2010 when a Mathias Kouo-Doumbe goal earned the Dons a point at stadiummk against Rochdale. Dean Lewington and Luke Chadwick were both booked that day.
The men from Buckinghamshire have only lost once in the League while Hill has been official.
This season, Hill has only umpired two matches but has shown seven yellow cards and one red card. His last appointment was this past Saturday, when he booked two players during Port Vale’s 1-0 victory over Torquay at Plainmoor.
The full list of officials is as follows:
Referee: Keith Hill (Hertfordshire)
Assistant referees: Adam Matthews (Gloucestershire) and Adrian Tranter (Dorset)
Justin Amey (Dorset)Fourth official: