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. 

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WATCH: Yeo clashes with Wills in Eagles' big win

West Coast midfielder Elliot Yeo faces a one-match sanction for this incident late in the third quarter against Collingwood

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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. 

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Does McStay have a case to answer here?

Daniel McStay may attract MRO attention after this bump on Neville Jetta

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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. 

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Langford in trouble for front-on hit against McAdam

Kyle Langford set to miss one game after this incident on Shane McAdam

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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. 

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Crow and Don simultaneously reported for clashing heads

Matt Crouch and Jacob Townsend both go on report following a feisty clash after the half-time siren

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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.

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Will Burgoyne be scrutinised again for his tackling?

Hawthorn champion Shaun Burgoyne could be looked at by the MRO after he caused a rule change following his tackle on Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield in round two

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