Peterhead are considering appealing Mick Dunlop’s red card against Clyde on Saturday.
The Blue Toon centre-back was given a straight red card by referee Gavin Ross after 62 minutes at Broadwood.
The Buchan team went on to win the game 3-1 thanks to a double from Derek Lyle and Scott Brown’s strike.
But the Balmoor club are waiting to watch video footage of the challenge Dunlop was dismissed for and may consider appealing the suspension.
Boss Jim McInally said: “Being honest I was in the middle of making two substitutions at the time and I saw it happening.
“But I never considered it a red card and we thought it would be a yellow, but the referee pulled out the red card.”
Peterhead also picked up a couple of knocks in Saturday’s win against their title rivals.
Left-back Paddy Boyle rolled his ankle, but finished the game.
The Blue Toon are waiting to see how his ankle recovers in the coming days.
Star striker Rory McAllister was subbed in the second half due to a sore toe.
Manager McInally is hoping it is something he can shake off this week ahead of Albion Rovers’ visit to Balmoor on Saturday.