Stoke City defender Andy Wilkinson will face a three-match ban after accepting a violent conduct charge from the Football Association.
The 28-year-old was involved in an off the ball incident with Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli last weekend.
An investigation has begun after a coachload of Port Vale supporters was pelted with stones and bricks.
The attack happened as it returned to Stoke-on-Trent following the match at Fleetwood on Tuesday (September 18).
Tom Pope and Louis Dodds both bagged a double as Port Vale beat Fleetwood 5-2.
The result keeps the Valiants in second place in League Two.
Stoke City defender Andy Wilkinson has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.
It follows an off the ball incident involving Mario Balotelli during the 1-1 draw between the two sides at the weekend.
Exiled England striker Peter Crouch has admitted he hasn’t given up on a recall to the international team.
The Stoke City star was left out of Roy Hodgson’s squad after the Three Lions boss claimed he had refused to be on the standby list for Euro 2012.
Burton Albion bagged all three points after hitting Oxford United for four.
Calvin Zola volleyed his side in front before wideman Jacques Maghoma hammered a 20-yard drive into the top corner.
Two goals either side of half time were enough to earn Tamworth a 2-0 win at Gateshead.
Adam Cunnington got the ball rolling for the Lambs after he was fouled in the area and converted the resulting penalty kick.