Newcastle United are considering appealing the red cards shown to Jonjo Shelvey and Paul Dummett at the City Ground.
The pair were controversially sent off in Friday night's 2-1 defeat to Nottingham Forest for separate incidents involving Henri Lansbury.
And United spent the weekend considering their options.
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez, furious with what he felt was play-acting from Lansbury, indicated after the game that the club would NOT appeal the decisions.
However, United could yet lodge appeals against BOTH red cards.
Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow – who saved two penalties on his return to his former club – has told of the "frustration" felt by Benitez's players after the Championship match.
Meanwhile, Heart of Midlothian are in talks with United over a move for Ian Cathro.
The Scottish Premiership club want assistant coach Cathro to replace departed manager Robbie Neilson at Tynecastle.