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Beau Scott leads the Eels out in Round 10.

Parramatta's Isaac De Gois and Beau Scott have both been cited for tripping, the only two players charged by the NRL match review committee from their side's loss to South Sydney on Friday night.

While Scott does have one prior non-similar offence in the past two years that has added 20 per cent loading, both he and De Gois will escape suspension with an early guilty plea for their respective charges.

De Gois also receives a discount for a previous good record.

Parramatta have until midday on Tuesday to enter a plea.

Earlier in Round 10, Dragons second-rower Joel Thompson was cited for his shot on Raiders five-eighth Blake Austin.

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