THREE Wigan Warriors players have been handed penalty notices by the RFL, but only one of them will miss Friday's clash with The Wire.

Taulima Tautai will be sidelined having been hit with a three-match penalty notice and a charge of Grade C Other Contrary Behaviour.

Tautai was sin-binned in the Warriors' defeat to Huddersfield for appearing to kick out at Ukuma Ta'ai.

Tony Clubb and Willie Isa were both handed Grade A dangerous contact charges, but their zero-match penalty notices mean they are free to play at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

No Wire players have been hit by charges and penalty notices by the Match Review Panel.

Meanwhile, Castleford forward Nathan Massey will face no further action for the tackle that ended Wire centre Bryson Goodwin's game early on Thursday night.

The incident during Warrington's 24-10 win, in which Goodwin appeared to injure his ankle after Massey forced him backwards in a tackle, was put on report by referee Chris Kendall.