SAN JOSE -- The Earthquakes have asked Major League Soccer officials to review some controversial referee decisions from the FC Dallas game, interim coach Mark Watson said Monday.

The rulings could effect the lineups for San Jose's games Wednesday in Guatemala and Saturday in Los Angeles.

The Quakes want the league to take a closer look at the red cards issued Saturday by referee Baldomero Toledo to Victor Bernardez and Justin Morrow. As of now both players are suspended from playing this weekend against the Los Angeles Galaxy. The Quakes (9-10-7) also have lost midfielder Rafael Baca, who must sit out after receiving his sixth yellow card, which leads to an automatic suspension.

Watson said the team didn't use its two red card appeals but instead asked for clarification on both calls. The club also requested for a quick decision because the Earthquakes play a CONCACAF Champions League game Wednesday night against CD Heredia in Guatemala City. If the red cards are upheld Bernardez and Morrow probably would start against Heredia. Baca also is expected to play considering he is unavailable for the weekend.

"It's an interesting possibility," Watson said. "As we stated all along, we're gong to manage these three games as best as possible."

The Quakes blew a two-goal lead in tying FC Dallas 2-2 in a game with a handful of questionable calls. Dallas got the equalizer when awarded a penalty kick on a controversial play.

Watson wasn't happy with the officiating but stopped short of publicly criticizing the referees. On the penalty kick, he simply said, "The video shows it all on that one."

Earlier in the game star striker Chris Wondolowski was brought down in the box but Toledo let the teams continue play. "I thought the foul warranted a direct free kick in the box, which is a penalty," Watson said. "It doesn't help to dwell on it. You hope the refs get it right."

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