Four Super League players have been charged by the RFL’s Match Review Panel following the latest round of fixtures.
Hull FC’s Sika Manu faces the longest ban after been charged with Grade C Dangerous Contact during Friday night’s match against Warrington Wolves.
The Black and Whites forward was show a yellow card during the game after putting the arm of Wolves centre Ryan Atkins in an unnatural position.
Wigan Warriors hooker Michael McIlorum is charged with a Grade B offence for standing on an opponent during Saturday’s clash with Castleford Tigers, but he does have an Early Guilty Plea available.
Elsewhere, St Helens prop Adam Walker (EGP available) faces a Grade A punching charge and Catalans face losing key half-back Luke Walsh who is charged with Grade A foul language to a match official.