Derby County midfielder Bradley Johnson has been handed a four match ban after an altercation with Stoke City's Joe Allen during their midweek clash.
The midfielder was already due to miss Derby's fixture against Swansea City after collecting five bookings so far this season, but having been found guilty of biting Allen, he'll now miss a further four.
An FA statement on the incident read:
"The Derby County player was involved in an incident with Stoke City's Joe Allen during Wednesday's game [28 November 2018] which was not seen by the match officials but caught on camera.
"In addition to the suspension for violent conduct, the player will also serve a one-match ban for accumulating five cautions."
"Derby County does not expect, nor condone, any of its players to behave in the manner witnessed in the incident on Wednesday evening.