Wigan thrashed Leigh 50-6, but one moment stood out as Brad Singleton and Jack Ashworth came to blows in the second-half after the former took a run at the Leigh defensive line.
Lam was asked about the incident, but didn’t reveal much as Singleton and Ashworth were shown red cards.
“I need to have a look at both angles as soon as I get back to work tonight,” Lam said.
“It’s hard for me to say without replays, I’ll have a look and see where we sit with that.”
Though it was an emphatic victory for the Warriors, they did lose Tommy Leuluai and Oliver Gildart to injuries.
“Tommy Leuluai tore a hamstring today.
“It is just purely on the back of a load of work that we’ve been doing. We’ve got a couple of other players with muscle strains which is all part of the short turnaround.
“It’s a real difficult schedule for us at the moment and that’s why I’m really proud of the players.
“For a four-day turnaround after Warrington, I thought we finished the game with more energy than them.
“Gildart pulled up with a bit of a strain at captain’s run yesterday.
He got in today and was playing but we were concerned because he got into the dressing room and said when he was stretching it feels like it’s grabbing.
“He went out and had a run in the warm-up and he felt like it was going to go – we didn’t want to take the risk.”
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