WILLIE COLLUM will be in charge of Celtic’s visit to Ibrox for Sunday’s High Noon shoot-out.
He was the referee when goals from Callum McGregor and Scott Sinclair gave the Hoops a 2-0 win over the Govan outfit in last season’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Collum has already officiated in five of the champions’ games in this campaign, the last being the 4-0 downfall against Hearts at Tynecastle that ended Brendan Rodgers’ side’s long unbeaten domestic run.
He also been the man with the whistle in the team’s Premiership draws with Motherwell, Hibs and St Johnstone.
The FIFA official has been in control of six Sevco games, the last of which came when Graeme Murty’s side were defeated at home by Hibs at the start of last month.
He red-carded Ryan Jack during the Ibrox side’s win over Aberdeen at Pittodrie in December, as well as overseeing a defeat to Kilmarnock, a win at home to Partick Thistle and draws against the Jags and Hearts.
In total, Collum has brandished 124 yellows and nine reds in 34 matches this season.
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