Experienced and one of the best Umpires Pakistani referee Aleem Dar will oversee the ICC World Cup final at Lord’s that is on 14th July 2019.
Aleem Dar, who is one of the eminent referees on the International Cricket Council (ICC) panel. He was not elected to oversee the two semi-finals as a field umpire. However, he has been assigned as the fourth umpire of the second semi-final with hosts England and Australia.
Aleem Dar is likely appointed to officiate in Sunday’s final on the Lord which is the toughest job to do. For which one of the best officials is required. That is why ICC chooses him as a referee in the ICC World Cup Final.
Meanwhile, the ICC on Sunday appointed referees and officials for the two World Cup semi-finals following the conclusion of the group stage.
On Tuesday, in charge of India’s match against New Zealand, English referees Richard Illingworth and Richard Kettleborough will be at Old Trafford, while Australian Rod Tucker will perform his duties as the third umpire. The English (England) Nigel Llong will be the Fourth Official for Australia Vs England Rivalry clash. Former Australian international David Boon will be the referee of the match.
For the second semi-final between Australia and England at Edgbaston on Thursday, the field umpires will be Kumar Dharamasena of Sri Lanka and Marais Erasmus of South Africa. The third referee will be New Zealander Chris Gaffaney, while Pakistani Aleem Dar will be the fourth official. Ranjan Madugalle of Sri Lanka will be the referee of the match.