Manly five-eighth Travis Burns is facing a two-match suspension after being cited for a dangerous throw by the NRL match review committee. The in-form Sea Eagles pivot was charged with a grade one offence for his tackle on Gold Coast Titan Brett Delaney in the 13th minute of Manly's 20-6 win on Sunday. Burns would normally be able to avoid suspension with an early guilty plea, but because of carry-over points and loading from previous offences he faces a two-week ban, even if he pleads guilty. Burns will also be suspended for two games if he contests the charge at the judiciary and is unsuccessful. The undefeated Sea Eagles play fellow high-flyers North Queensland in Townsville on Saturday. Burns was the only player to be charged by the NRL match review panel following the weekend games. Why not fight the charge as he would get the same suspension as taking a guilty plea! Who to 5/8th?????