Western Bulldogs superstar skipper Marcus Bontempelli has been cleared of any suspension from the MRO, with Michael Christian opting not to charge the midfielder after an incident involving Port Adelaide's Dan Houston on Friday night raised questions.

The lack of punishment from the MRO means Bontempelli will be free to play next weekend when the Bulldogs face North Melbourne at Marvel Stadium.

A statement released by the AFL on Saturday evening confirmed no charges had been laid from the Bulldogs-Power fixture.

"The AFL advises the Match Review of the Round 13 Friday game has been completed. No charges were laid and there were no incidents requiring a detailed explanation," the statement read.

Bontempelli surrendered a free kick for the incident, which took place during the second quarter of action at Marvel Stadium, after which a number of Power players remonstrated with the Brownlow Medal contender.

In other MRO news to come out of the weekend thus far, St Kilda's Dan Butler was charged with a one-match ban after taking Swan Nick Blakey down in a dangerous tackle.