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Suspension headache for Eagles
West Coast midfielder Luke Shuey. Picture: Lincoln Baker / The West Australian.

West Coast are set to lose Luke Shuey and Quinten Lynch for Sunday's blockbuster clash with Sydney after both players drew the ire of the match review panel.

Lynch has been offered a one-game ban for tripping, while Shuey faces two weeks on the sidelines for striking North Melbourne's Lindsay Thomas.

Meanwhile, Collingwood's Sharrod Wellingham has been offered a three week ban for his ugly hit on Friday night which left Carlton's Kade Simpson with a cracked jaw.

Wellingham's penalty was reduced due to a five-year good record.

Richmond's Matt White is also facing a three game ban for two separate incidents in his side's clash with Melbourne at the weekend.

Geelong champion Jimmy Bartel (striking) and Essenodn's Heath Hocking (rough conduct) have both been offered two-week suspensions.

Demon James Frawley can accept a striking reprimand while teammate Lynden Dunn faces a week for the same offence. Rising Star contender Jeremy Cameron can also accept a reprimand for striking but is out of the running for the award after drawing 125 points for the offence.

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