Wodonga Raider Jordan Rouse will front the league tribunal on Wednesday night.
Rouse has been charged with unbecoming conduct against Wangaratta’s Joe Richards following an alleged incident in the second quarter of the fiery match.
Wangaratta asked the league for an investigation following the match at Norm Minns Oval on June 23.
The league offered Rouse a two-match set penalty, but he’s elected to fight the charge.
Richards’ brother – Nick – was found guilty of striking Rouse and outed for two games.
Meanwhile, the weekend’s bye could allow Nick Richards to play in Saturday’s crucial away game against Yarrawonga.
The classy Richards was forced to miss the Albury match, but he also plays for Williamstown, so its match against Port Melbourne last Saturday counted as the second week.
Of course, Richards could, potentially, be selected for Williamstown this weekend.