West Bromwich Albion striker Brandon Thomas-Asante will miss three games after a retrospective violent conduct charge.
The 24-year-old clashed with Jeff King in the dying seconds of Saturday’s FA Cup third-round tie at Chesterfield.
With King receiving treatment, Thomas-Asante subsequently headed in to make it 3-3 and force a replay.
The Football Association has issued a charge of violent conduct against the 24-year-old after reviewing an incident which took place in the 92nd minute of the 3-3 draw at the Technique Stadium.
The club, we understand, will not appeal the decision.
Thomas-Asante will be unavailable for selection in the Sky Bet Championship fixtures against Luton and Burnley, as well as the FA Cup replay against the Spireites.
Thomas-Asante has scored five goals in his last eight Baggies appearances to reach 12 for the season.
That includes five at the start of the campaign for Salford, from whom then Baggies boss Steve Bruce signed him on deadline day in August.