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Cardiff have also admitted the charge but rejected the penalty.
Aston Villa striker Andreas Weimann is poised to miss Saturday's Premier League game at home to Cardiff with a hamstring injury.
Weimann limped off with the problem just before the hour mark of Saturday's goalless draw at West Ham and is now a major doubt for the clash with the Bluebirds.
"It looks like a hamstring at the minute. I don't know how severe it is," Villa manager Paul Lambert told the club's official website.
"The thing is we've one more game then we get a break, so hopefully the break helps him."
Swansea midfielder Jonjo Shelvey could face action from the football authorities after television footage emerged apparently showing him attempting to incite Cardiff fans following Sunday's south Wales derby.
At the full-time whistle the Swansea players went to go and applaud the travelling support, but, on his way to that end of the ground, Shelvey appears to make a gesture known as 'Swim away' towards the Cardiff fans.
The gesture is believed to reference an incident which took place in 1988 where Cardiff fans allegedly retreated into the sea after the two sets of supporters clashed.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup knows derby day success would be the perfect tonic for Cardiff's off-field turmoil.
The Bluebirds have made unwanted headlines in recent weeks with the removal of Iain Moody as manager Malky Mackay's head of recruitment, and his acting replacement with 23-year-old Alisher Apsalyamov.
– Swansea manager Michael Laudrup
I don't think I am the one capable of answering what is happening off the pitch at Cardiff.
There can be a lot of things going on but for the game you park everything and play the game to try and win, which is much more important than what happens off the pitch.
Cardiff's controversial head of recruitment Alisher Apsalyamov will not work for the Barclays Premier League club while the Home Office investigates his work permit situation, Press Association Sport understands.
The 23-year-old Kazakh, a friend of club owner Vincent Tan's sons, replaced Iain Moody earlier this month in a move which cast doubt over manager Malky Mackay's long-term future at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Reports on Thursday suggested Apsalyamov had been asked to step down from the role but it is understood that, while he is not currently operating for the Bluebirds in an official capacity, he retains the position while his visa documentation is assessed.