Four players are facing one-week suspensions, while another three players have been charged by the NRL match review committee on Monday afternoon.

Newcastle's Sione Mata'utia (Grade 1 dangerous throw), Penrith's Jeremy Latimore (Grade 1 dangerous contact), Wests Tigers' Chris Lawrence (Grade 1 dangerous throw) and South Sydney's Paul Carter (grade 2 dangerous contact) could all miss Round 4 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.

Parramatta's Kieran Foran (Grade 1 contact with match official), Penrith's Sam McKendry (grade 1 careless high tackle) and South Sydney's Kirisome Auva'a (grade 1 dangerous contact) could all escape suspension with early guilty pleas. 

All players will have until midday Tuesday to enter a plea.