Robshaw and Seveali'i cited
September 16, 2010
London Irish's Elvis Seveali'i has been cited for a dangerous tackle on Bath's Sam Vesty © Getty Images
Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw and London Irish centre Elvis Seveali'i have been cited over alleged dangerous tackles during last weekend's Aviva Premiership fixtures.
The Quins captain has been charged over his tackle on Northampton scrum-half Lee Dickson, while Seveali'i is accused of the same offence after his tackle on Bath's Sam Vesty.
The players will appear before an RFU disciplinary panel, to be chaired by Judge Jeff Blackett, at Twickenham on Tuesday.
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