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Greg Bird in action for the Kangaroos during their Four Nations win over England at AAMI Park.
There were no charges from the weekend's two Four Nations clashes despite several players being placed on report.

England back-rower Liam Farrell was perhaps the player in most danger of being cited after an alleged chicken wing tackle in the 7th minute which left Kangaroos fullback Greg Inglis in some discomfort.

After the match Australian coach Tim Sheens described the tackle as "ugly" and suggested Farrell may have a case to answer at the judiciary.

In a frantic five minutes, two more players were also placed on report: Farrell's returning captain Sean O'Loughlan for a trip on Aussie skipper Cameron Smith and Kangaroos back-rower Greg Bird for a dangerous throw after his low tackle upended a rampaging O'Loughlin.

All three players are free to play this weekend, with England needing a win against New Zealand to guarantee a spot in the final and Australia needing a large, differential-boosting win over Samoa to guarantee them a place in the decider.
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