David Ngog has been accused of taking a deliberate dive to earn the spot-kick from which Rafa Benitez' side secured a 2-2 draw with Birmingham at Anfield on Monday.
But, despite reports to the contrary, Walton has not been made to carry the can for the incident and will remain under consideration for top flight games after the international break.
Spot of bother: The finger of blame has been pointed at Liverpool dive cheat Ngog
It means the finger is pointing solely at Ngog as the guilty party for an action which left the referee looking equally in the wrong.
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