BATH lock Charlie Ewels has been cited for a dangerous tackle during Sunday's 22-21 Aviva Premiership defeat to Gloucester.

The 22-year-old will face an independent disciplinary panel on Wednesday after citing commissioner Paul Hull cited a dangerous tackle on Gloucester centre Henry Trinder, the Rugby Football Union has announced.

Trinder underwent a head injury assessment following the tackle by Ewels, who has five England caps to his name.

Under rule 10.4(e), Ewels will face a ban of at least two weeks should the charge be proven, with a mid-range sanction of six weeks.

Meanwhile Bath teammate Semesa Rokoduguni has been called up into the England squad and flew to Faro, Portugal to link up with the squad this afternoon.

Rokoduguni replaces Elliot Daly (Wasps) who was withdrawn from the squad after picking up a knee injury on the weekend.