JULIAN BAILEY has been cleared to play in what will be his final game for Huddersfield Giants.
The Australian was placed on report for an alleged spear tackle on David Solomana during his side's 21-20 defeat at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Friday night.
But disciplinary chiefs ruled Bailey, who will be joining new French Super League club UTC on a two-year contract in December, has no case to answer.
That means the 25-year-old will be available to play against Salford City Reds in Sunday's final game of the season at the Galpharm Stadium (3.00).
"It's obviously a big relief for Julian," said Giants head coach Jon Sharp.
"I know how much Julian wants to play in this game, and I know how much it would have hurt him if he had been forced to sit it out.
"He's been a great player for the Giants over the last two seasons and he's determined to finish his time with us on a very positive note.
"He's now in a position to do that, and we're all delighted for him.
"But, having said that, I never felt there was anything in the challenge any way."
Sharp admits he has almost lost count of the number of times this season that he has had players placed on report and they have subsequently been informed they have no case to answer.
"It's always a worry when you have players put on report," added Sharp, who has not had a player sent off this season.
"Thankfully, every time it's happened with us this season the players have subsequently been cleared.
"That's one positive to take from it all!"
Bailey's all-clear means Sharp may once again be able to field the same 17 for a top-flight clash.
Those players who were in action at Wakefield are carrying the usual bumps and bruises, but no-one is causing major concern inside the camp.
Opponents Salford, however, face an anxious wait over top forward Andy Coley.
He was sent off during his side's narrow 12-8 home defeat by Hull on Sunday for an off-the-ball incident and will appear before the disciplinary committee tonight.