Hazard ban will not be extended
EDEN Hazard will not see his ban for being sent off at Swansea City extended beyond three games.
The midfielder was given his marching orders after clashing with ball boy Charlie Morgan in last week's Capital One Cup semi-final, sparking a media frenzy.
The Football Association later charged Hazard over the incident, claiming the force he used was "clearly excessive" and pushed for his suspension to be increased beyond the standard punishment for a straight red card.
But Chelsea successfully argued to an independent panel that the normal sanctions were sufficient.
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Hazard will be available to play Wigan on February 9 after missing the match against Newcastle this weekend.