Star Carlton defender Jacob Weitering may gain the scrutiny of the AFL's Match Review Officer after making contact with the eye region of GWS captain Toby Greene.

During the second term of Sunday night's match at Marvel Stadium, a scuffle between Greene and Blues pair Mitch McGovern and Weitering broke out after Greene laid a hard tackle on McGovern that was viewed as dangerous by the officiating umpire.

While Greene may come under fire for the tackle, it will be Weitering who is likely facing the more nervous wait ahead of his side's first final as his left hand is seen to make contact with the region of Green's left eye amid the scuffle.

A player can be charged with 'unreasonable or unnecessary contact to the eye region' of an opponent - an offence that was handed down to Brisbane's Dayne Zorko earlier this season.

The AFL states the “eye region” has been defined to be “in the vicinity of the eye socket”.

Zorko was handed a one-game suspension for making contact to the eye region of Adelaide's Luker Pedlar in Round 11, with the MRO handing down the charge and grading the Lion's actions as intentional conduct, low impact and high contact.

Weitering could face a similar fate when the MRO releases their findings from Sunday's action on Monday evening.

Zorko was unsuccessful in challenging his charge at the AFL Tribunal, with the suspension standing.

His teammate, Jarrod Berry, was handed a one-game suspension for a similar act on Melbourne's Clayton Oliver in last year's final series, however the Brisbane midfielder was deemed free to play in his side's preliminary final after a successful Tribunal hearing.

Should Weitering be handed a one-game suspension, he would be unavailable for the club's elimination final in the opening week of the post-season.