Walsall boss Dean Smith was aggrieved at the officiating after a 1-1 home draw against his former club Leyton Orient.
A second-half own goal by Saddlers' defender Paul Downing, who had earlier put his team in front, meant Orient avoided back-to-back defeats, but Smith felt the visitors should have been reduced to 10 men.
Downing, just recalled to the side, put Walsall ahead in the 14th minute with a close-range shot from Craig Westcarr's corner after Milan Lalkovic had earlier hit a post.
But Orient were the better side in the second half, though their goal was lucky in the 77th minute.
Skipper Nathan Clarke hit a long-range shot that was going off target until it struck Downing and left goalkeeper Richard O'Donnell stranded.
Walsall manager Dean Smith, a former Orient player and assistant manager, said: "For the first 20 minutes we were the best team and should have been out of sight and won the game without playing really well.
"Their goal was deflected, but we should have had a free-kick for a foul on Febian Brandy.
"Unfortunately we might be doing something to officials because we are getting a lot of poor decisions.
"That's two deflected goals against us in the last two weeks, and three successive draws we should have won.
"Their lad Lloyd James should have been sent off for a tackle on Adam Chambers (in the 50th minute when he got a yellow card).
"We didn't play as well as we can, but we should still have won that game.
"We should have won last week (at Rotherham) and we should have won this.
"We have been slightly unfortunate in our last three games."