Southampton striker Charlie Austin has been given a two-game ban by the FA for making an obscene gesture during the match against Manchester City in December.
Charlie Austin will how miss the Southampton’s Premier League clash against Leicester and their FA Cup replay with Derby.
A statement on Southampton’s website reads: “Southampton striker Charlie Austin will miss the games against Leicester City and Derby County after being handed a two-match ban.
“The forward was suspended by the Football Association for making an abusive and/or insulting gesture during the Premier League game at home to Manchester City last month.
“Austin will be available for selection again when Saints host Everton in the league a week on Saturday.”
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