Hearts captain Danny Wilson banned for foul and abusive language in tunnel
Defender was handed a red card after the match with Aberdeen at Tynecastle.
Danny Wilson will serve a one match ban after is emerged he was sent off after Hearts' victory over Aberdeen.
The Tynecastle skipper was red carded in the tunnel after the match for foul and abusive language, the Scottish FA confirmed on Monday.
A spokeswoman for the SFA said: "Danny Wilson was red carded for foul and abusive language after the match at Tynecastle.
"He is suspended for one SPFL league match."
Wilson will now miss the club's trip to Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Saturday.
The former Liverpool and Rangers centre half will be eligible to play in Tuesday's League Cup Second Round tie against Raith Rovers.
The suspension of the club captain hands manager Gary Locke a headache for the trip to the Highland capital.
Left back Kevin McHattie was ordered off in the 2-1 win over the Dons and will miss the trip north unless an appeal against the dismissal is successful.
Fellow defender Brad McKay is also a doubt, after suffering concussion in the weekend win.