Everton striker Duncan Ferguson has been given a four-match ban by the Football Association after being found guilty of violent conduct at Wigan.
Ferguson was already out for three games
The ban is for shoving Pascal Chimbonda in the face just before he was sent off for hitting Paul Scharner, which already carried a three-game ban.
Referee Mike Dean said the Chimbonda incident justified another red card.
Ferguson has already served two games of the seven-match suspension, against Manchester City and Chelsea.
The former Rangers and Newcastle striker was also fined £5,000, meaning the next game he will be eligible is the derby with Liverpool at Anfield on 25 March.