Ross County v Celtic: Collum to referee Dingwall clash as officials confirmed

Willie Collum has been confirmed as the referee for Celtic’s game against Ross County in Dingwall. The Scottish Champions return to domestic duty following the international break and Ange’s team will be hoping to pick up where they left off in what is always a difficult fixture.

The SFA have confirmed the matchday officials with veteran whistleblower Collum as the man in the middle. He is assisted by Jonathan Bell and Steven Traynor. On fourth official duties, the SFA have appointed Mike Roncone. Meanwhile, at Clydesdale House, Steven Kirkland is on VAR duty with David Roome on AVAR duties.

Collum has a reputation amongst fans for making occasions about himself making erratic decisions, even with VAR. That being said, he is one of the most senior referees in the Scottish game.

Rangers play Dundee United at Ibrox on Saturday before Celtic make the long journey up to Dingwall on Sunday. The Ibrox side will be hoping that they can gain some ground on the league leaders before the game next Saturday as Celtic look to go into the game with their nine point lead intact.

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