Worcester centre Dale Rasmussen has been banned for three weeks after pleading guilty to a dangerous tackle on Gloucester's Jonathan Pendlebury.
Rasmussen will miss Saturday's European Challenge Cup clash with Clermont Auvergne and the Guinness Premiership match against Leicester on November 4.
The Samoan had already missed Worcester's European win over Viadana last Saturday after being banned for one week at an internal disciplinary hearing.
Newcastle lock Jason Oakes received a three-week ban, after pleading guilty to a stamp on Wasps captain Lawrence Dallaglio.
Oakes was sin-binned but the incident was referred to the Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel after citing commissioner Peter Colston deemed the incident worthy of a red card. Oakes has served a one-week ban imposed by Newcastle.
n Pertemps Bees are awaiting a fitness update from Guinness Premiership club Gloucester on full-back Jon Goodridge.
Goodridge, who is on loan at Bees, suffered a neck injury scoring a try in last Saturday's 33-27 defeat by Newbury at Sharmans Cross Road. He was caught by a tackler's knee as he crossed for the try and complained of discomfort after the match.
Steve Williams, the Bees' head coach, said yesterday: "Jon complained of discomfort rather than anything more serious but he is back at Gloucester today and he will be checked out by their medical people. We will wait for their assessment before we know whether he will be available to play at Waterloo next Saturday."
If Goodridge does not play against Waterloo, who last Saturday became the first team to win at Exeter's new Sandy Park ground, Dave Knight is likely to start at full-back.