GEELONG forward Luke Dahlhaus will appeal his one-match ban at the AFL Tribunal on Tuesday evening.


The Cats confirmed they will challenge the Rough Conduct (Dangerous Tackle) charge laid on Dahlhaus following an incident with Adelaide's Matt Crouch on Sunday.

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Match Review Officer Michael Christian deemed Dahlhaus engaged in rough conduct, with the tackle graded as careless conduct, medium impact and high contact.

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The assessment meets the same criteria as Port Adelaide's Sam Powell-Pepper who is also challenging his dangerous tackle charge.

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Crouch played out the rest of the game and was one of Adelaide's best players in the loss.

Powell-Pepper's appeal will be heard from 5pm AEST, while Dahlhaus' case will begin at 6.30pm AEST.