World Rugby has confirmed the disciplinary appointments for the Rugby World Cup 2015 quarter-finals, which are set to take place this weekend.
The first quarter-final sees South Africa tackle Wales at Twickenham before New Zealand face France in Saturday's late game at the Millennium Stadium. Sunday kicks off in Cardiff with Ireland against Argentina before the action rounds off at Twickenham between Australia and Scotland.
QF1 – South Africa v Wales – Twickenham
Citing Commissioner: Murray Whyte (Ireland)
Judicial Officer: Christopher Quinlan QC (England)
QF2 – New Zealand v France – Millennium Stadium
Citing Commissioner: Mike Rafter (England)
Judicial Officer: Terry Willis (Australia)
QF3 – Ireland v Argentina – Millennium Stadium
Citing Commissioner: Peter Larter (England)
Judicial Officer: Simon Thomas (Wales)
QF4 – Australia v Scotland – Twickenham
Citing Commissioner: Steve Hinds (New Zealand)
Judicial Officer: Antony Davies (England)