Hawthorn's Mabior Chol has been handed a one-game suspension for striking Sydney's Errol Gulden during Sunday's loss to the Swans.

The first-quarter incident took place away from the ball, with Chol's actions deemed 'intentional' by the AFL's Match Review Officer.

The gradings of the offence have been set at intentional conduct, low impact and high contact, resulting in a one-game suspension being handed down.

If accepted, Chol would miss Sunday's game against the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium and would next be free to play in Round 9 when the Hawks face St Kilda.

Chol and Hawthorn can choose to challenge the charge at the AFL Tribunal in the hope of clearing or downgrading the penalty.

The Hawks could have Mitch Lewis back from a recent hamstring injury, with the key forward a late out of Sunday's game due to soreness.

Meanwhile, Swans star Chad Warner has been charged with rough conduct on Hawthorn's Will Day.

The MRO graded the third-term incident as careless conduct, low impact and high contact, resulting in a financial sanction.

Warner can accept a fine of $2500 with an early plea, or risk paying a $3750 fine should ge opt to challenge the charge and be unsuccessful.

No other players were cited from Sunday's action.