Port Adelaide will be without Zak Butters for their final two AFL regular-season matches against Essendon and Collingwood after the young gun accepted his suspension for a high bump.
Butters was offered a two-match ban for rough conduct after he elected to bump, rather than tackle, North Melbourne midfielder Jye Simpkin, in the third quarter of Saturday night's game at Metricon Stadium.
The 19-year-old's bump caught Simpkin on the chin, leaving him dazed, requiring medical assistance and ultimately ruled out for the remainder of the match, which Port Adelaide won by 36 points.
AFL match review officer Michael Christian charged Butters with rough conduct and assessed the incident as careless conduct, high contact and high impact and the Power opted not to challenge the ban.
Butters will be free to play in the first week of the finals, with the ladder-leading Power currently in line to host a qualifying final.
The second-year forward has played all 15 of Port Adelaide's games this season, averaging 15 disposals and 2.6 tackles while also booting 11 goals for the year.