West Coast pair Liam Ryan and Jeremy McGovern are likely to gain the attention of the Match Review Officer following separate incidents in Sunday's loss to Melbourne.

During the third quarter of the match, Ryan collided with young Demons defender Jake Bowey as the pair contested for a loose call, with the Eagles forward collecting Bowey high in electing to bump.

Ryan seemingly decides to bump instead of attack the ball, likely leaving him in hot water ahead of Monday night's MRO findings.

Bowey was able to play out the match after slowly getting to his feet, however a careless conduct, medium impact and high contact rough conduct charge could see Ryan handed a one-game suspension.

Ryan's teammate McGovern could also face scrutiny from the MRO for an altercation with Melbourne midfielder Jack Viney earlier in the match.

After tackling Viney to the ground, McGovern is seen forcing his forearm into the face of the premiership Demon, who soon retaliated after the forceful action.

A similar incident last week saw Tiger Rhyan Mansell handed a one-game ban for striking Collingwood's Jack Ginnivan, with McGovern potentially facing a similar fate.

The Eagles aren't the only side to potentially face a nervous wait, with Demons youngster Kade Chandler likely to come under the eye of the MRO for a dangerous tackle on West Coast's Luke Foley.

During the final term of Melbourne's 74-point win, Foley made a run toward goal before being tackled to the ground by Chandler, who pinned the arms of the Eagles defender.

The chase down tackle left Foley requiring medical attention after being unable to brace for contact and landing hard into the Optus Stadium turf.

While Chandler's actions weren't in a sling motion, the Demons forward is likely to be charged for the tackle, with Foley not returning to the field after the incident.

The Match Review Officer is set to release their findings on Monday night, which will follow a busty weekend of suspensions after Tiger Marlion Pickett and Swan James Rowbottom were both handed one-game bans.