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Chris Tarrant and Jarryd Roughead to rely on clean records to help escape suspension
Tarrant will be desperately needed in Saturday night's semifinal, given Collingwood's defensive worries, but can be confident he will escape with, at most, a reprimand for his hit on Hawk Lance Franklin.
He has a fiveyear good record, and even a match review panel judgment of intentional,[url=http://www.holisteroutlet.cc]hollister france[/url], low impact and body contact would result in only a 125point penalty. That level two striking offence would come in well under a onematch ban with a 25 per cent discount for a guilty plea and another 25 per cent for good behaviour.
Roughead is in a similar position after clashing with Collingwood's Chris Dawes, hoping the immediate comparisons with Steve Johnson's bump on Sydney's Dan Hannebery last week are proved correct.
Collingwood captain Nick Maxwell faces a more difficult task to escape suspension, despite getting support from peers for his hit on Hawthorn's Paul Puopolo.
Footage shows Maxwell deliberately cutting off Puopolo's run to the ball, with the Hawks forward leaving the ground with a blood nose.
The positive news for Maxwell is the Hawks injury report is expected to reveal nothing more than that bloody nose.
But a rule change brought about by Maxwell's own collision with West Coast midfielder Patrick McGinnity ensures a player is responsible if he initiates headhigh collision.
Maxwell told Channel 7 yesterday he could say nothing about an incident described by coach Nathan Buckley as an accident that happens 100 times a game.
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