Parramatta forward set to feel the wrath of the NRL Match Review Committee.
The Parramatta Eels are preparing for life with Darcy Lussick for several weeks after the forward was placed on report for his high tackle on Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.
The fiery incident saw many question if Lussick should not have been the first person sent off in the 2014 NRL season, such was the nature of the hit.
Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson said after the game that Lussick was lucky to play any further part in the contest, adding his swinging arm was more than enough for him to have an early shower.
With the match review committee already handing out suspensions to Sonny Bill Williams and Andrew Fifita for lesser charges relating to shoulder-charges, it is expected Lussick could be rubbed out for around six weeks.
If he takes the early guilty plea, the Eels forward will have his suspension reduced to four weeks.
Raiders workhorse Shaun Fensom facing a one to two week ban after he was hit with a dangerous contact charge for an incident involving Knights flyer Dane Gagai.
The grade two charge attracts a two week ban, but Fensom will miss just the one week if he takes the early guilty plea.
Brisbane firebrand Josh McGuire faces charges over two separate incidents from the Broncos win over the Cowboys and will miss one week with two early guilty pleas.
Anthony Watmough, Tim Mannah, and Tigers youngster Sauaso Sue were also cited by the match review committee, but all three can avoid suspension with early guilty pleas.