ANTHONY Gelling will be forced to miss Warrington Wolves' next two matches.

The centre has been handed a two-match penalty notice for the dangerous lift that saw him sin-binned in the early stages of Saturday's 40-10 victory over Hull KR.

Gelling, who went on to score a try after returning to the field, was yellow carded by referee James Child for his 12th-minute tackle on Rovers second rower Matthew Gee and the incident has been deemed a Grade C dangerous lift by the RFL's Match Review Panel.

It means the Cook Islands international will be absent for The Wire's meetings with Huddersfield Giants on Saturday and Wakefield Trinity on August 29.