Warrington's impressive start to the season is threatened by the possible loss of both their front-line props.
Both Garreth Carvell and Adrian Morley face the RFL's disciplinary hearing today after being charged over incidents in the victory at Castleford on Saturday.
Carvell is charged with illegal use of the forearm on Paul Jackson – a clash that ended the game for the Castleford prop. Morley, the England prop and Wolves captain, is charged with a high tackle on Brent Sherwin later in the game. That carries a potential ban of one to two games, while Carvell's carries two to three.
Any suspension, however, would rule him out of the game on Saturday against Wigan, another Super League side unbeaten this season.
The Catalan Dragons' prop David Ferriol will also face the hearing after being sent off for punching at Harlequins.