UEFA Category 2 referee Andre Marriner will officiate our Saturday afternoon clash against Chelsea at Loftus Road.
His last stint in charge of a Rangers encounter came during last term's home finale, where victory in the closing stages against Stoke City proved pivotal at the end of the campaign.
Marriner also took charge of our 6-0 defeat at Craven Cottage in October and our 3-2 home defeat against Sunderland in December.
Marriner, who was aged 37 when he gained his FIFA badge in 2009, has been a Select Group Referee in England since 2005.
Since then, he has gone on to control some of the biggest top-flight fixtures.
Marriner's refereeing career began in unusual circumstances in 1992, when he attended a grassroots match as a neutral spectator. When the referee didn't turn up, he was asked to officiate. At the end they paid him £10 for his services. He loved it and passed his course in April 1992.
Marriner was called up to officiate at the Elite qualification stage for the 2009 European Under-19 Championships, taking charge of Norway's 1-1 draw with Romania, and Romania's 3-0 defeat to France.
He was appointed to officiate the 2010 Championship Play-Off Final between Blackpool and Cardiff City at Wembley Stadium.
In a fixture between Arsenal and Liverpool in April, Marriner notably awarded the latest-ever penalty in the history of the Premier League.
The match was goalless until Marriner awarded Arsenal a spot-kick in the seventh minute of second-half stoppage-time, and four minutes later awarded a second penalty to Liverpool.
Both were converted, the latter in the 102nd minute, which also became the league's latest-ever goal.
M Mullarkey and M McDonough will assist on the flanks, with N Swarbrick confirmed as the 4th official.