Bulldogs halfback Trent Hodkinson is set to miss two weeks after he was charged with dangerous contact by the NRL's match review committee today.

The suspension would mean the halfback would miss the clash against former club the Manly Sea Eagles on Saturday night at ANZ Stadium.

Hodkinson was penalised after dropping his shoulder into the head of Steve Michaels in the 19th minute of the Bulldogs' victory over the Titans on Friday night, after Michaels was already on the ground.

See the incident that put Hodkinson on report

Bulldogs hooker Michael Ennis was charged with a careless high tackle on Gold Coast’s Scott Prince, but will be free to play if he takes the early guilty plea.

Meanwhile, Cronulla's Ben Pomeroy was charged for a dangerous throw on Melbourne’s Dane Nielson, but will be free to play if he takes the early guilty plea.