TOP Giants Paul Reilly and Ben Roarty have been cleared to play in Saturday's home Super League showdown against fellow top-six challengers Warrington Wolves (6.00).
The duo were placed on report during the 24-20 defeat at Castleford Tigers on Sunday.
Roarty was accused of head butting by match referee Steve Ganson, while Reilly was up on a charge of kicking out at Damian Gibson as he followed his own chip-through.
Disciplinary chiefs at the Rugby Football League studied the incidents on video yesterday and decided neither player had a case to answer and immediately cleared them for the big weekend clash.
The pair are the latest Giants players to be cleared through the on-report system and have then been told they have no case to answer.
But that hasn't lessened the relief felt by head coach Jon Sharp that his players have once again been found not guilty.
"I felt at the time the on-report decisions seem a little harsh," said Sharp.
"But it's always an anxious time until you get official confirmation from the RFL that the players have no case to answer.
"It does get a little frustrating when we have players placed on report so often, although it's obviously a relief when they're cleared.
"Hopefully, this pattern of having so many of our players placed on report will soon come to an end."
Sharp reports that all of his players emerged from the clash at Castleford injury-free.
He is also looking to welcome back winger Marcus St Hilaire, who was given a further week to recover from the leg injury he picked up in the midweek defeat to St Helens.
And Sharp hasn't ruled out a return for centre Julian Bailey.
The Australian hasn't played since suffering a fractured cheekbone in the win at Salford six weeks ago.