Anthony Taylor, who will serve as fourth official for Luton vs. Liverpool, has been demoted to refereeing duties in the Championship this weekend.
Liverpool head to Kenilworth Road for their 11th game of the Premier League campaign, with Andy Madley appointed referee for the 4.30pm kickoff.
Harry Lennard and Nick Hopton will serve as assistant referees, while Craig Pawson is on VAR duty supported by Simon Long.
Fourth official for the Sunday clash will be Taylor, in his only Premier League fixture of the weekend.
Instead of operating as referee or VAR for any of the high-profile games on Saturday as usual, the 45-year-old has been dropped to the Championship.
The two sides were tied at 1-1 at Molineux when Hwang Hee-chan was adjudged to have brought down Fabian Schar in the penalty box.
Newcastle were awarded a penalty following a lengthy VAR check, even though replays showed Hwang did not make enough contact with the Swiss defender.
Hwang went on to equalise with a brilliant finish late on, but speaking after the game, Wolves manager Gary O’Neil was rightly furious with the decision.
“It was a scandalous decision,” O’Neil said.
“It was a terrible on-field decision, and terrible that VAR didn’t intervene so I thought they got it badly wrong.
“[Hwang] has a big touch…and then goes to clear the ball. He makes such minimal contact with Schar, hardly any, a glance of the boot.
“Schar’s is already on the way down.”
“I think Anthony Taylor’s doing the Championship game this weekend – that’s three referees who’ve been relegated on the back of refereeing us,” he told reporters.
“So you need to be careful when you referee Wolves because you could end up getting relegated the following week!
“I haven’t received an apology and I don’t want one. They’re not going to help, but hopefully the level improves.”