England and Saracens utility back Alex Lozowski has learned his fate following dual citings for reckless ruck entry and a dangerous tackle during Saracens' Champions Cup victory over Glasgow Warriors last weekend.
Lozowski, 25, has been handed a two-week ban for the dangerous ruck entry in the 15th minute, in which the former Wasps man collided with the lower leg of opposition hooker Fraser Brown.
See the incident in the tweet below.
However, the four-times capped international was cleared by the independent disciplinary panel - comprising David Martin (Ireland), Chair, Roger Morris (Wales) and Val Toma (Romania) - for the second charge of a dangerous tackle on Glasgow fullback Ruaridh Jackson in the 33rd minute.
Lozowski will be free to return to play by Monday the 29th of October, allowing him to feature from the start of England's autumn International campaign. Saracens, however, will find themselves slightly light within the midfield, with England and Lions fly-half/centre Owen Farrell now without the second and third choice reserve fly-halves, with 21-year-old Max Malins currently sidelined with injury.
The London-based side are likely to turn to a centre pairing of captain Brad Barritt, who recently returned from facial surgery, and Nick Tompkins.