Gold Coast Titans front rower Tino Fa'asuamaelaui has been charged by the NRL's match review committee with a grade 2 shoulder charge from the weekend's game against the Manly Sea Eagles.
Fa'asuamaleaui is possibly facing a two-week stint on the sidelines for a shoulder unless he is successful at the judiciary, a two-match suspension will result from both an early guilty plea or a guilty at panel result.
At the time of writing, no plea has been entered.
South Sydney star Latrell Mitchell is also facing a four-match ban after being charged over three separate incidents in his side's golden point triumph over Wests Tigers.
Mitchell was served a grade two dangerous contact charge for a hit on David Nofoaluma as he looked to defuse a long Tigers break, and will miss three games if he takes the early guilty plea.
Should Mitchell challenge the ban and lose at the judiciary, he would be out for the next month.
The Rabbitohs No.1 is also facing two $1600 fines for two separate incidents involving Tigers back-rower Luke Garner, which saw him handed grade 1 dangerous contact and contrary conduct charges.
Mitchell's contrary conduct stems from a 63rd-minute incident in which he appeared to kick out at Garner after being tackled, with the Tigers forward hanging onto Mitchell's legs while play continued.
The dangerous contact occurred after Garner's 44th minute try when Mitchell slid into him after he had grounded the ball.