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Three Dyldam Parramatta Eels players have been charged by the match review committee following Friday night's match against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Winger Reece Robinson has been charged with a Grade 2 Dangerous Throw for a tackle on Joel Reddy late in the match, attracting a potential three weeks on the sideline, or two weeks with an early guilty plea. 

Prop Darcy Lussick was not penalised during the match, but was nonetheless charged with a Careless High Tackle following a tackle on Chris McQueen in the 64th minute. 

And centre Brad Takairangi - who is also under an injury cloud - was charged with a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw for his role in the same tackle on Joel Reddy that his teammate, Reece Robinson, was charged for. 

Both Lussick and Takairangi could avoid missing any rounds of competition with early guilty pleas.

The Eels have yet to respond to the charges.

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