The Albion striker has been charged for ‘successful deception of a match valid’ in the 89th minute of Tuesday night time’s 2-2 arrangement.
Gayle went over in the box with none Woodland avid gamers touching him, successful a penalty from referee Lee Mason which strike partner Jay Rodriguez thumped home to make a level.
The striker has till 6pm on Thursday, February 14, to reply to the price.
If he accepts it he’ll be given an automatic two-match ban that comes into operate immediately.
That will rule the lethal sixteen-purpose striker out of Albion’s derby day out to Villa Park this Saturday and their visit to Queens Park Rangers subsequent Tuesday.
If he contests the price, his case shall be heard by an fair regulatory price at the earliest capability date.
Unlike FA prices of violent habits, the establish appeals deemed frivolous could well additionally be punished with a lengthier ban, appealing in opposition to deception of a match valid does no longer elevate the threat of additional suspension.
FA principles explain: “The establish there would possibly be clear and overwhelming evidence to point out a match valid has been deceived by an act of simulation, and as a staunch now result, the offending participant’s team has been awarded a penalty and/or an opposing participant has been pushed apart, the FA shall be in a region to behave retrospectively under its Lickety-split Song machine.”
Losing Gayle for 2 video games would symbolize a important loss for the Baggies, who for the time being own attacking avid gamers Matt Phillips, Hal Robson-Kanu and James Morrison all sidelined.
Woodland boss Martin O’Neill acknowledged after the game: “I spoke to the referee, he acknowledged it if it changed into a mistake it changed into an ample one and I settle for that.
“It with out a doubt regarded cherish a dive, I’ve considered it help twice from a quite prolonged lens perspective and no longer on TV however all individuals I with out a doubt own spoken to says it changed into a dive.
“In on this time limit and age, it changed into very complex for a referee, more sturdy than it’s ever been.”