Gold Coast Titans' forward Tino Fa'asuamaleaui will be able to line up for State of Origin Game 1 in Adelaide after being handed a Grade 1 dangerous contact charge by the NRL's match review committee.

The prop forward, who was named on the bench by Queensland coach Billy Slater on Monday morning, will be able to pay an $1800 fine with an early guilty plea for the Grade 1 offence.

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It's the second offence on Fa'asuamaleaui's rolling 12-month record.

Penalised and placed on report for the tackle at the time, Fa'asuamaleaui was able to stay on the park throughout the game as the Titans fell 20 points to 18 against the Canterbury Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon.

Fa'asuamaleaui will now head into Origin camp as the Titans head into a Round 13 bye.

The only other player to be charged out of Sunday's double-header came in the second game, with Canberra Raiders' captain Elliott Whitehead pinged twice by the review committee.

Despite being on a third and subsequent offence on his rolling 12-month record, Whitehead will pay two fines of $3000 a piece for a pair of Grade 1 charges - the first coming for a 74th minute dangerous contact offence against Josh Schuster, and the other just five minutes later for a careless high tackle against Brad Parker.

It means he will be up for a total of $6000.

Both players must make their calls on whether to accept an early guilty plea or head to the judiciary by midday (AEST) on Tuesday.