Let G be a finite group, and let ${1}_{G}\notin S\subseteq G$. A Cayley di-graph Γ = Cay(G,S) of G relative to S is a di-graph with a vertex set G such that, for x,y ∈ G, the pair (x,y) is an arc if and only if $y{x}^{-1}\in S$. Further, if $S={S}^{-1}:={s}^{-1}|s\in S$, then Γ is undirected. Γ is conected if and only if G = ⟨s⟩. A Cayley (di)graph Γ = Cay(G,S) is called normal if the right regular representation of G is a normal subgroup of the automorphism group of Γ. A graph Γ is said to be arc-transitive, if Aut(Γ) is transitive on an arc set. Also, a graph Γ...