Chelsea interim manager Roberto Di Matteo has called on the Football Association to review their disciplinary procedures after Branislav Ivanovic was handed a three-match ban for colliding with Wigan Athletic's Shaun Maloney.
The FA used retrospective video evidence to charge Ivanovic, who will now miss games in the Blues' run-in.
"I think everyone is looking for consistency in their decision-making," said Di Matteo. "That's what is most important for everybody, all the stakeholders involved - consistency.
"They would have to review the decision-making and the way they give these bans, and hopefully come up with a more balanced outcome."
Chelsea's next game is a trip to Wembley for an FA Cup semi-final against London rivals Spurs before they welcome Barcelona to Stamford Bridge in the Champions League.