Castleford Tigers prop Liam Watts banned for ninth time in 18 months
The 32-year-old has been charged with grade B dangerous contact following an incident in Saturday's Magic Weekend win over Leeds Rhinos.
After being suspended on six occasions in 2022, Watts has now been banned three times this season.
Winless Wakefield Trinity have suffered a fresh blow after losing hooker Liam Hood to a one-game suspension.
Like Watts, Hood has been charged with grade B dangerous contact in the defeat to Leigh Leopards and will miss Sunday's home game against Leeds.
Leigh half-back Ben Reynolds has received a two-match ban following his red card for punching Trinity prop David Fifita at St James' Park.
Leopards team-mate Tom Nisbet will also miss Friday's visit of Hull FC after being handed a one-game suspension for the hip-drop tackle on Jay Pitts that earned him a yellow card in Newcastle.
A total of 19 players were charged in the aftermath of Magic Weekend.
Leeds second-rower James McDonnell, Hull winger Darnell McIntosh, Huddersfield Giants captain Luke Yates and Hull KR pair Jesse Sue and Dean Hadley were among the players fined by the match review panel.
Wakefield prop Eddie Battye and Giants centre Esan Marsters received no further punishment for grade A offences.
Warrington Wolves forward Josh McGuire, meanwhile, is facing another long ban after being referred to a tribunal on a grade F unacceptable language charge from the previous game at Leigh.