PGMOL and their head, Howard Webb, have been urged to take action in the wake of Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat at Tottenham, following a “significant human error.”
The failure to award the Reds a goal for Luis Diaz, who was wrongly deemed offside, has led to an inquest across English football.
While Liverpool await the audio from the VAR booth following a formal request on Monday, PGMOL have already made a decision over their officials.
They were both dropped for games on Sunday and Monday, meaning they will now have been taken out of two fixtures each.
However, Hooper – the referee at the heart of several baffling decisions, including a red card for Curtis Jones that the club have since appealed – has been appointed.
Meanwhile, officials for Brighton vs. Liverpool are Anthony Taylor (referee), Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn (assistants), Craig Pawson (fourth official), Chris Kavanagh (VAR) and Matthew Wilkes (assistant VAR).
Hooper served as fourth official during Chelsea‘s 2-0 win at Craven Cottage, which saw another contentious decision as a swipe at the back of Thiago Silva from Fulham striker Carlos Vinicius went unpunished.