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The Sydney Roosters are set to be without two forwards for the first week of the finals with prop Dylan Napa and back-rower Aidan Guerra both hit with charges by the match review committee following Thursday night's win over Souths.

Napa is facing a three-match ban for a grade-two shoulder charge on John Sutton in the first half, and would miss four matches if he unsuccessfully fights the charge at the judiciary.

Guerra can accept a one-match ban with an early guilty plea after being hit with a grade two charge of dangerous contact – unnecessary arm/shoulder pressure for a tackle on South Sydney's Kyle Turner. He will miss two matches if he defends the charge and loses.

The Roosters are already down on troops with Jake Friend sidelined with a chest injury, with second-rower Mitchell Aubusson filling in at hooker on Thursday night.

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