WARRINGTON Wolves are unlikely to appeal against Tom Lineham and Jake Mamo's penalty notices, the Guardian understands.

Winger Lineham has been slapped with a three-match ban while Mamo will sit out Saturday's game against Catalans Dragons.

Lineham's ban is on a Grade C striking charge relating to the incident which saw him sin-binned during Friday's Challenge Cup victory at Hull KR.

The winger tackled Rovers centre Jimmy Keinhorst without the ball and was subsequently yellow-carded by referee Robert Hicks.

As well as Saturday's match at The Halliwell Jones Stadium, Lineham will also be missing for the Super League trip to KCOM Craven Park on June 15 and the home match against Wakefield Trinity on June 21.

Mamo's charge is for Grade B dangerous contact in the 23rd minute on Rovers' Danny Addy.

The minutes from the panel meeting state that Mamo "forcefully and unnecessarily grasped" Addy's head/neck area in the tackle.

This challenge was in the same tackle that saw Declan Patton sin-binned for a ball steal with The Wire on a team warning.

In better disciplinary news for Wolves, the panel have ruled Patton's yellow card was sufficient punishment and he will not face a ban.

Hull KR prop Mitch Garbutt has also been given a one-match penalty notice for Grade B dangerous contact on Sitaleki Akauola in the 46th minute.