Manly prop Addin Fonua-Blake will contest his high-tackle charge at the NRL judiciary on Tuesday in an attempt to face St George Illawarra on the weekend.
Fonua-Blake was charged with a grade-one high tackle charge for his shot on Newcastle halfback Mitchell Pearce on Saturday that landed him in the sin-bin.
Should he fail to overturn the charge, the Sea Eagles enforcer will miss two games due to 70 carryover points stemming from three previous offences.
Sydney Roosters centre Joseph Manu will also head to the judiciary to get off a grade one dangerous contact charge on Cronulla winger Sione Katoa.
Like Fonua-Blake, the base penalty attracts 100 points, however two previous offences means Manu is now facing a one-game suspension.
If successful, Manu will be free to face Melbourne in Friday's grand-final rematch.
In other match review committee news, Gold Coast forward Jarrod Wallace will miss two games after taking the early guilty plea for a shoulder charge.
North Queensland winger Nene Macdonald, who is looking at six months out with a fractured ankle, also took a one-game ban for dangerous contact.
A total 12 players were charged across round five, including Cowboys enforcer Josh McGuire, who was fined for contrary conduct.
McGuire came under fire for an alleged eye gouge on Melbourne star Cameron Munster, however escaped heavier sanction because of insufficient evidence.
Munster initially appeared aggrieved after the tackle, however declined to take the matter further with the match officials during the game.
"I've been absolutely assured that if they had that evidence (of an eye gouge) this morning, it would've been a different charge," NRL head of elite football Graham Annesley said.
The MRC had two video angles of the incident, however there was no conclusive proof that McGuire had raked Munster in the eye.
"Does that mean that it didn't happen? Well no, it doesn't, but I'm not suggesting that it did or it didn't," Annesley said.
"On the evidence available to the MRC, they just don't have the evidence to sustain that charge."
Canterbury prop Sauaso Sue has until midday on Tuesday to decide whether to fight two separate incidents that could result in three-game ban.
Sue was stung with a dangerous contact charge for separate tackles on Jordan Pereira in the 37th minute, and then Paul Vaughan in the 52nd.
He can reduce the ban to two games with early guilty pleas on both charges.
Australian Associated Press