The Pilgrims striker, who netted both goals for the visitors in the play-off semi-final first leg, was caught on television cameras moving his head and connecting with the back of Blues skipper Michael Doyle’s head.
Referee Oliver Langford claimed he didn’t see the incident – with the FA now set to decide whether restrospective action is necessary.
Should they feel Matt was guilty of violent conduct, he will miss Sunday’s Home Park clash (6pm).
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