Aberdeen's Peter Pawlett cited for alleged simulation
Aberdeen's Peter Pawlett has been issued with a Scottish FA notice of complaint and offered a two-match ban for alleged simulation.
The 22-year-old was involved in the award of a penalty against Dundee, which was converted by Niall McGinn.
That goal secured a draw for the Dons and the result confirmed Dundee's relegation from the Scottish Premier League.
Pawlett has until Thursday to respond to the notice of complaint.
Should he challenge the ban, a disciplinary hearing will take place on 16 May.