Sydney Roosters forward Angus Crichton is free to face Parramatta after taking the early guilty plea for a late tackle on Canterbury halfback Lachlan Lewis.
Crichton was on Tuesday facing at a one-game ban after being charged with a grade-one dangerous contact for his hit on Lewis in Monday night's match.
The charge attracts a 100-point base penalty, however, the former NSW State of Origin second-rower took the early plea and will line-up against the top-of-the-table Eels on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Bulldogs second-rower Raymond Faitala-Mariner has been fined a $550 for his choke-hold on Roosters prop Sio Siua Tauekeiaho.
Faitala-Mariner was slugged with a grade-one dangerous-contact charge for the ninth-minute incident.
In other judiciary outcomes, North Queensland rookie Thomas Gilbert is out for three games after taking the early plea for dangerous contact.
He joins Wests Tigers front-rower Russell Packer (two games) and Parramatta prop Kane Evans (one game) to be suspended for indiscretions in round five.