Hearts and Hibs charged over clashes during derby
The Edinburgh clubs have been hit with notices of complaint following the fracas.
Hearts and Hibs have been charged by the Scottish FA for the mass confrontation between players during last Wednesday's Edinburgh derby.
Hibs striker Flo Kamberi was sent off following the bust-up, which came during a heated second half at Tynecastle.
Easter Road head coach Neil Lennon was struck with a coin, Jam Tarts keeper Zdenek Zlamal was floored by a fan and assistant referees were targeted as tensions spilled over.
Both Edinburgh clubs have now been handed notices of complaint for the clash between players following Kamberi's challenge on Hearts midfielder Oli Bozanic.
Disciplinary Rule 204 reads: "Where three or more players and/or members of Team Staff from one team are involved in a confrontation with opposing players and/or members of Team Staff of the opposing team during and/or directly after a match."
Hearts and Hibs have until November 12 to respond to the charge, with hearings at Hampden set to take place on November 15.