Jarryd Hayne and Matt Keating will play in Sunday's NRL Grand Final despite copping minor charges from the NRL's match review committee.<br><br>Hayne was hit with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (Legs Contact) charge for his tackle on Bulldogs winger Bryson Goodwin. He received a 100 point base penalty and a 20% loading, but can accept 90 penalty points with an early guilty plea - meaning he will be free to contest the Grand Final.<br><br>Keating was also slapped with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (Unnecessary Arm/Shoulder Pressure) charge, and can escape suspension with an early guilty plea and 75 carry over points.<br>
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