Swansea City win their appeal against the red card shown to midfielder Leroy Fer in Saturday's goalless draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Swansea City will have Leroy Fer available for their trip to Newcastle United after winning an appeal against the midfielder's red card.
The Dutchman was dismissed by referee Anthony Taylor in the 67th minute of last weekend's FA Cup third-round stalemate with Wolverhampton Wanderers for a trip on Helder Costa.
City felt that the decision to send off Fer for violent conduct was harsh, and the Welsh outfit have been successful in their bid to have the card rescinded.
As well as being in contention to face Newcastle at St James' Park next weekend, the 28-year-old is also available for games against Wolves and Liverpool that his three-match ban was due to cover.
Fer has been used 17 times in the Premier League this term, playing a direct part in two goals.
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