Uefa have announced that Turkey's appeal over the two-match ban handed to goalkeeper Volkan Demirel will be heard on Monday.
Volkan was dismissed by Swedish referee Peter Frojdfeldt in the closing stages of Sunday's dramatic 3-2 Euro 2008 Group A victory over Czech Republic after pushing striker Jan Koller.
The red card offence led to a one-match suspension, with a further ban imposed after Volkan sat on the bench, rather than heading to the dressing room.
And the timing of the hearing means that Volkan will sit out Turkey's quarter-final meeting against Croatia on Friday, with veteran Rustu Recber expected to deputise.
Turkey's appeal against the 27,190 euros (£21,585) fine imposed due to the improper conduct of supporters, players and officials in the game with the Czechs will also be heard on Monday.