LONDON -- The English Football Association is due to vote this week to introduce minimum five-game bans for racial abuse. The sanction will rise if there are aggravating circumstances, people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press about the proposal, which is in response to concerns about a resurgence of racism in the English game. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the details ahead of the vote at the FA annual general meeting on Thursday. FA chairman David Bernstein confirmed last week that the organization is preparing to present new anti-racism measures, while stating it wouldnt back UEFA proposals for a 10-game minimum ban for racist abuse. "We dont have to follow UEFA," Bernstein said. "Ours is a very detailed and thought-out proposal. It is not likely to be exactly in line with UEFAs. "Ours will have a minimum, but it will have a clear acceleration from that minimum. We may well yet go beyond the 10 (ultimately)." The FA leadership has been under pressure to introduce tougher and clearer sanctions. In the past two years, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez and Chelsea captain John Terry have been banned for racial abuse. Suarez was suspended for eight games, while Terry received half that punishment. The minimum ban will apply to people found guilty by the FA of any form of discrimination. But anti-racism campaigners believe the FA should fall into line with UEFAs plans. At its congress in London next week, European footballs governing body will be asking its 53 members to adopt the 10-game suspension. Herman Ouseley, chairman of English football anti-racism group Kick It Out, is calling for stronger deterrents. "If UEFA are prepared to go with 10 -- lets go with 10 (in England)," Ouseley told the AP. "We will look stupid if UEFA go with 10 and we go with 5. "It will not add any credibility to the FAs stance it has zero tolerance on this matter. 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Juan Francisco, batting .111 (3 for 27) against left-handers, was allowed to hit and doubled down the right-field line, scoring Lucroy to tie the score. Bianchi then lofted the ball over the infield for his tie-breaking single. "There was a lot of tough breaks that inning," Jordan said, acknowledging his arm was tired in the frame. "Its not like they were crushing the ball or anything. Just a couple tough breaks." Anthony Rendon opened the seventh with a homer off Mike Gonzalez, hit fifth of the year, but Washington couldnt score the rest of the way. Schafer scored from a third on a groundout by Lucroy to make it 7-5 in the bottom of the seventh. Bianchi executed a squeeze bunt in the eighth that scored Davis from third to give Milwaukee an 8-5 lead. Milwaukee starter Kyle Lohse gave up three runs, two earned, on five hits and a walk while striking out two in five innings. "It was good to see us get some of those lucky bounces," Lohse said. "The guys are battling. Thats pretty good to see out there. We could have just rolled over. We didnt do that and beat a pretty good team." The Nationals took a 3-0 lead in the second. Jayson Werth and Ian Desmond were hit by pitches, and Steve Lombardozzi singled to load the bases. Kurt Suzuki then singled to right-centre to score Werth and Desmond and make it 2-0. Jordan attempted a sacrifice bunt, but Lucroy misplayed the ball for an error, allowing Lombardozzi to score for a 3-0 lead. Notes: LaRoches homer was his second in two games and 16th this year. ... Roenicke said 3B Ramirez should return sometime during the teams road trip, which begins Monday night at San Francisco. ... Washington RHP Ross Ohlendorf was placed on the 15-day DL Sunday, retroactive to Thursday, due to right shoulder inflammation. LHP Xavier Cedeno was recalled from Triple-A Sycracuse to take his spot on the roster. ' ' '