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Broncos enforcer charged, will miss Wests Tigers clash

Brisbane Broncos enforcer Tevita Pangai Junior will miss his side's next two matches after being charged by the Match Review Committee from the Round 4 defeat to the Sydney Roosters.

The leader of Brisbane's pack, Pangai Junior was hit with a Grade 2 Dangerous Contact - Other charge following a late tackle on Roosters halfback Cooper Cronk, attracting a 280-point charge that drops down to 210-points with a guilty plea.

Should he fight the charge and lose, Pangai Junior will miss the next three matches, but will only miss his side's next two games with an early guilty plea.

That would see him sidelined for the Broncos' Round 5 clash against Wests Tigers at Suncorp Stadium as well as their Round 6 trip to GIO Stadium to face Canberra.

Following tonight's clash with Penrith, Wests Tigers will head up to Brisbane early next week to kick off Round 5 when they face the Broncos on Thursday night.

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