WARRINGTON Wolves look set to be without Tom Lineham for the foreseeable future.

The winger - Wolves' top try-scorer this season - has been charged with Grade F Other Contrary Behaviour after the RFL's Match Review Panel studied video evidence of his alleged "squirrel grip" on Castleford's Alex Foster.

Lineham will face a tribunal tomorrow, with a Grade F charge carries a suspension range of eight or more matches.

If found guilty and given the minimum ban, it would sideline Lineham for both the Challenge Cup semi-final and final should The Wire make it that far.

Castleford's Adam Milner has been given a one-match ban for use of the knees after he made contact with the head of Blake Austin as the Wire man scored a try that ended up being ruled out for a knock-on by video referee Chris Kendall.

Meanwhile, Saturday's quarter-final opponents St Helens have disciplinary problems of their own ahead of the game at the AJ Bell Stadium.

Fijian centre Kevin Naiqama looks set to miss out after being given a two-match penalty notice for a Grade C high tackle.