Troy Deeney is confronting a three-coordinate boycott in the wake of being accused of fierce lead by the Football Association for ‘gouging’ the substance of Stoke’s Joe Allen.
Watford’s chief was advised by Michael Oliver however the official did not see the particular occurrence of Deeney diving his thumbnails into Allen’s cheeks.
A board of three previous officials looked into the video film and the 29-year-old’s club now has until 6pm on Tuesday to react.
Watford insiders say they will choose Tuesday morning whether to challenge it.
The Hornets’ next three diversions are against Everton, West Ham and Newcastle.
There were a few fights amid Saturday’s 1-0 for Stoke at Vicarage Road and Deeney’s happened in stoppage time.
It came after Deeney declined to sportingly give Stoke the ball back, in spite of them having shown it out for a toss in following damage.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes called attention to in his post-coordinate question and answer session that the FA should investigate the episode. ‘Deeney, the skipper, should know better,’ he said.
Allen ignored it when gotten some information about it thereafter.