Wangaratta's Matt Kelly and Zac Leitch will both challenge one-match set penalties in a desperate attempt to play in next weekend's Ovens and Murray grand final.
The Magpies' duo will face the tribunal on Wednesday night in their bid to be cleared of any wrongdoing.
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Kelly was reported for striking Lavington coach Simon Curtis during the second quarter of the Magpies' 34-point semi-final win against the Panthers, while Leitch was cited for striking Panther Shaun Mannagh, also in the second quarter.
It's set to be a busy night at the Ovens and Murray tribunal with five cases to be heard.
Curtis has two charges to his name from the semi-final, with no set penalties offered to him.
Albury's Chris Hyde will also have his case heard after a headbutting incident during Sunday's elimination final at Bunton Park.