WEST Coast will challenge premiership star Elliot Yeo's one-match ban at the Tribunal on Tuesday night.
The midfielder was hit with a suspension for striking Collingwood's Rupert Wills in an off-the-ball incident deemed intentional, high contact and low impact during the Eagles' win over the Pies on Sunday.
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The hearing will sit via video teleconference as the Eagles push to have Yeo cleared to face Geelong on Saturday night.
Brisbane forward Daniel McStay has accepted his two-match ban for a head high bump on Melbourne's Neville Jetta adjudged careless, high contact and high impact on Sunday.
He will miss crunch games against Essendon and Richmond.
Essendon midfielder Kyle Langford accepted his one-match suspension for forceful front-on contact on Adelaide's Shane McAdam on Sunday at Adelaide Oval.
Match Review Officer Michael Christian said it was careless conduct with medium impact to the head.
The match day report issued on Crow Matt Crouch and Bomber Jacob Townsend – both for headbutting in the same incident – was thrown out, with Christian not believing it was a reportable offence.
Bomber Zach Merrett and Demon Kysaiah Pickett were slapped with $1000 fines for a dangerous tackles, while Eagle Dom Sheed was fined $1000 for striking.
In findings released on Saturday, Shaun Burgoyne escaped with a fine for a dangerous tackle on Sydney's James Rowbottom, with Patrick Cripps, Jed Anderson and Zak Butters also copping fines.