Don Robertson's last Celtic game was surrounded by controversy. 

Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers slammed the on-field referee and VAR John Beaton for their 'incompetence' as the champions went down 2-0 at Tynecastle earlier this month.

The 51-year-old now faces a hearing with the Scottish FA's disciplinary panel on Thursday afternoon following the post-match rant about the officials on that day.

His comments came after Yang was sent off for a high-boot challenge on Hearts' Alex Cochrane, as well as Tomoki Iwata being controversially penalised for handball inside Celtic's box. For balance, Robertson also awarded a soft penalty to Celtic during the game, which Adam Idah missed.

Now, Robertson is set to take charge of his first Celtic game since that day at the beginning of March.

He will be the man in the middle for Celtic's trip to Livingston on Sunday. He will be assisted by Graeme Stewart and Andy Milne, while Alan Muir is on VAR, with Graeme Leslie his assistant.

If found guilty of his SFA charge on Thursday, Rodgers could be banned for the game, and the following match against Rangers a week later.

Rodgers' post-match comments read: "I try to respect decisions and give the benefit of the doubt. But I think when I see that level of incompetence, which is the only word I can use, then that makes me worry for the game.

“In such a tight title race that can make the difference. I also think that VAR is not the problem here. That’s clear. It’s competence.

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“The first one is the sending off when there is no force. Show a still image of that and of course and you will see a foot up with the head near it, but it’s not the reality of the move.

“Don got it actually right on the field. It was a high boot, so it’s a yellow card – no malice or force. For John Beaton to actually look at that in VAR, supposedly under no pressure, and say that was sending off? I find that incredible.

“The second one is WORSE. If you have a penalty go against you for that then there will be penalties every single weekend and midweek."