Bournemouth have not ruled out a legal challenge over the failure to award a key goal against their relegation rivals Aston Villa.
The Cherries have been relegated to the Championship after Villa finished the 2019-20 season just one point ahead of them.
Villa secured a point in their first game of the restart at home to Sheffield United in a 0-0 draw on June 17.
The Blades had a goal ruled out when Villa goalkeeper Orjan Nyland caught a free-kick and stepped back over the line carrying the ball with him.
Goal-line technology providers Hawk-Eye issued an apology after the match,saying all seven cameras focused on the goal area had been “occluded” and that it was the first time in over 9,000 matches that its cameras had been obstructed to such an extent that the technology could not detect that a goal had been scored.
Neither the on-pitch referee Michael Oliver nor the VAR manually overturned the goal decision system.