Beleaguered Chelsea boss
Hazard was sent off for kicking 17-year-old
It had been suggested that the FA was considering handing down a lengthy suspension to the Belgian, but English football's governing body ruled that the usual three-game ban for violent conduct should stand instead.
Hazard sat out Chelsea's draws against Brentford and Reading so will therefore be available for the club's home game against Wigan, which comes a week after the Blues' trip to
Hazard's return will inject some much energy in to a Chelsea side that has been frustrated by inconsistency of late.
The Blues put on a superb display to beat Arsenal 11 days ago, but struggled against League One Brentford and threw away a two-goal lead to take only a draw from Reading.
English Premier League
Everton manager Roberto Martinez hopes the hurt of its FA Cup exit will spur on his players to do better for the remainder of the league campaign.