VINCENT Duport will not figure for Catalan Dragons when Wolves visit Perpignan on Friday, August 1.
The French international centre will be serving the last of a three-game ban that has been imposed this week.
Duport's suspension came about after pleading guilty to making Grade D dangerous contact with Wigan Warriors player Josh Charnley in the 42nd minute of a fixture played on Saturday. Duport was also fined £300.
Dragons' Gregory Mounis, however, will be available for the clash with Wolves, having collected a two-match suspension this week.
His ban comes after pleading guilty to making a Grade C dangerous throw on Wigan Warriors player John Bateman in the 42nd minute of the same fixture. Mounis was also fined £300.
Meanwhile, Salford's Gareth Hock has been suspended for seven games after an independent disciplinary tribunal found him guilty of the Grade E offence of making deliberate contact with a match official in the 38th minute of a Super League Round 20 fixture against Hull FC on Saturday.
Hock, who pleaded not guilty, was also fined £300.