Shaka Hislop and Stevie Nicol do not feel Everton's Oumar Niasse should be retroactively banned for diving versus Palace.
Roy Hodgson says that what he thinks Crystal Palace deserve in matches doesn't matter if they keep dropping points.
Oumar Niasse will serve a two-match ban after his appeal against a diving charge was rejected by the Football Association.
Everton striker Niasse becomes the first Premier League player to be hit with a retrospective suspension for simulation under the new law that kicked in at the start of this season.
He was charged by the FA on Tuesday after winning a controversial penalty in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace.
A statement from the governing body on Wednesday said: "Everton's Oumar Niasse…Original Article