Robinson has accepted a two-week ban for striking.
Carlton will be without key utility Mitch Robinson for two games after he accepted the suspension handed down by the AFL Tribunal after an incident in the Blues’ 15-point loss to Collingwood on Sunday
Robinson accepted a two-game suspension for striking the Magpies’ Taylor Adams during the first quarter of the Round 15 clash at the MCG.
The midfielder won’t be available for selection until Round 18, where the Blues will face North Melbourne.
Robinson was due to play his 100th game against St. Kilda this weekend, but will now have to wait until the match against the Kangaroos to reach the milestone.
Carlton currently sit in 14th posiiton on the AFL ladder after suffering five consecutive losses.