Phil Vickery will be available for Wasps' crucial Heineken Cup clash against Clermont Auvergne on Saturday - despite being cited.
England's World Cup captain has been reported by Welsh citing commissioner Aurwell Morgan for allegedly trampling on Clermont lock Thibaut Privat during last weekend's Pool Five game between Clermont and Wasps in France.
Vickery though, is able to continue playing ahead of his disciplinary hearing, which has been set for Wednesday in Glasgow.
The disciplinary committee will be chaired by Rod McKenzie, assisted by his Scottish colleague Richard McGhee and Ireland's Dr Barry O'Driscoll.
If found guilty, Vickery could receive a ban that would sideline him for Guinness Premiership games either side of Christmas.