Newcastle defender Habib Beye's appeal against his red card had been successful.
A Football Association regulatory commission had overturned referee Rob Styles' decision to send off the Senegal international for a trip on Manchester City's Robinho.
"As a result, Beye's one-match suspension has been withdrawn."
The 31-year-old will now be available for the local derby at Sunderland at the weekend.
He said: "I'm glad I can play against Sunderland because you enjoy playing in derbies - games like this are why you are a footballer.
"I'm very happy because I think it was a bad decision. But I can understand because he is human and when you are human, you can make mistakes.
"I got the ball and I could not believe it when he gave the penalty and the red card because I was sure I got the ball.
"You know as a defender when you have got the tackle. When I made that tackle, I was 100% confident I could get the ball."