CONFIRMATION has been received on the three players in jeopardy of missing Friday's 'derby' between Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings at the Select Security Stadium.
Wolves' Chris Bridge and Vikings pair Phil Joseph and Stefan Marsh have been charged following incidents in matches during round 20 of Super League.
Bridge was found guilty of Grade A striking London Broncos forward Atelea Vea in the 21st minute but has not been suspended. The Wolves stand off submitted an early guilty plea and has lost the right to do so again over the next 12 months.
Vea, charged during the same incident, collected a one-match ban for his Grade B offence, as has Vikings forward Joseph who will now miss Friday's battle at the Select Security Stadium.
Joseph was charged with Grade B dangerous contact in the weekend's match with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Stefan Marsh is clear for Friday, not picking up a ban after submitting an early guilty plea to his charge.