Wigan have won their appeal against Conor Sammon's red card in their defeat to Manchester United on Boxing Day.
The striker was shown a straight red after clashing with Michael Carrick in the first half at Old Trafford.
The successful appeal means 25-year-old Sammon is now available to face Stoke on Saturday.
Manager Roberto Martinez said: "Conor did nothing wrong. You need to accept punishment when you do something wrong but this is a normal phase of play."
Wigan were losing 1-0 when Sammon was sent off by Phil Dowd for catching Carrick in the face with a flailing arm. The Latics were eventually beaten 5-0 by the Reds.