Rangers’ John Lundstram has had his red card against Hibernian rescinded.
The midfielder was sent off during the clash at Easter Road on Saturday for a tackle on Martin Boyle.
Lundstram caught the Hibs’ attacker to stop the home side from breaking on a counter-attack.
Rangers made an appeal to the SFA over the decision by referee Willie Collum.
The red card has now been downgraded to a yellow following a tribunal hearing.
It means that the 28-year-old will be available for Rangers’ upcoming domestic matches.
The Ibrox side will play Ross County at home on Saturday, before facing Queen of the South in the League Cup next Tuesday.