The Football Association has charged Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink with violent conduct.
The charge stems from an alleged use of the elbow in last Saturday's 1-0 win at Scarborough in the FA Cup.
The player, who has 14 days to respond, has a good record of escaping disciplinary action.
Two seasons ago the Dutch striker had two red cards rescinded and was also found not guilty of a violent conduct charge.
The first red was struck off when it was ruled he had not elbowed Martin Keown, while the second was a case of mistaken identity after Teddy Sheringham was struck while playing for Spurs against Chelsea
Hasselbaink was also found not guilty of a violent conduct charge which alleged he had elbowed Southampton's Claus Lundekvam.