St Johnstone player Nicky Clark has had his red card against Rangers rescinded after an appeal.
The SFA decided to downgrade the “serious foul play” offence to a yellow card for a “reckless challenge” following the game at Ibrox on Saturday.
Referee Willie Collum sent Clark off in the first half with his side already trailing 1-0 after an early James Tavernier penalty.
Rangers sealed a 2-0 victory thanks to a second-half strike from Glen Kamara.
The Perth club then launched an appeal against the red card and on Wednesday they were told that it would be rescinded after a fast-track tribunal hearing.
The 31-year-old forward will now be available for St Johnstone’s game against Motherwell on Wednesday.