Warrington pair Daryl Clark and Declan Patton charged after win over Huddersfield
Last Updated: 18/04/17 4:06pm
Warrington pair Daryl Clark and Declan Patton have been charged following the Wolves' 26-24 Super League victory over Huddersfield on Monday.
Hooker Clark has been charged with grade B striking which carries a one to two-match suspension, while half-back Patton has been accused of grade A tripping and could be banned for one game.
Both players have the option of an early guilty plea, which if taken would mean a one-match ban for Clark and Patton escaping suspension.
Wigan centre Anthony Gelling also has the option of accepting his grade B dangerous throw charge from the 16-10 win at Wakefield through an early guilty plea.
The match review panel also issued cautions to Catalans Dragons centre Krisnan Inu for a dangerous throw and Huddersfield forward Oliver Roberts for dangerous contact.
A disciplinary panel will hear the cases from both rounds of fixtures over the Easter weekend on Wednesday.