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Queensland and Melbourne Storm centre Will Chambers is facing a one match ban after he was cited by the NRL match review committee on Wednesday night. 

Chambers was slapped with a grade one careless high tackle charge for his challenge on NSW Blues halfback Mitchell Pearce in the 50th minute of Queensland's 28-4 loss at Suncorp Stadium. 

Usually the charge would result in a monetary penalty, but Chambers is ineligible for a fine because it is the third time he has been charged this season.

It means Chambers will miss the Storm's clash with Newcastle on Friday night unless he successfully fights the charge at the NRL judiciary.

Queensland utility Michael Morgan was also cited for a grade one dangerous throw on Blues forward David Klemmer, but will escapes a suspension as he has a 25 per cent discount for having no charges in the past seven years.

The base penalty for a grade one dangerous throw is 100 points, with Morgan's charge reduced to 75 points due to his clean record in the past.