Storm centre Will Chambers.

Burgess, Chambers facing suspensions

After an ugly incident at the end of the Cronulla's win over the Melbourne Storm on Good Friday, Storm centre Will Chambers faces a minimum two-week suspension.

Chambers was charged with making dangerous contact with the head/neck of Sharks captain Paul Gallen. 

Even with an early guilty plea, Chambers would still miss two weeks for his charge. 

Also facing a suspension is South Sydney Rabbitohs forward Sam Burgess for a dangerous contact charge over a hit on Canterbury Bulldogs centre Josh Morris. Burgess will miss at least one week with an early guilty plea but will miss two weeks if he goes to the judiciary and loses. 

Burgess may challenge his charge; he posted a photo on Twitter on Saturday afternoon of Cowboys star Jason Taumalolo's clash with Penrith's Isaah Yeo on Thursday night in which the Panthers forward copped a heavy knock.

Dale Finucane will not miss any games should he take the early plea for his dangerous contact charge and Bulldogs winger Marcelo Montoya has been fined for contrary conduct.