England's Elliot Daly set to learn his punishment on Monday afternoon
England wing Elliot Daly will discover on Monday afternoon the length of the ban he must serve for being sent off against Argentina.
Daly was shown a red card in the fifth minute of Saturday's 27-14 victory at Twickenham after colliding with Leonardo Senatore while the number eight was in the process of catching a high ball.
Senatore landed on his head - his afternoon was ended by the concussion he sustained - and after reviewing the incident French referee Pascal Gauzere dismissed Daly.
The Wasps threequarter faces a disciplinary hearing in London at Monday lunchtime knowing the entry point sanction for the offence is a three-week suspension with the mid-range numbering six weeks.
Eddie Jones had no complaints with the fifth red card in English rugby history and the first since Lewis Moody in 2004.
"Elliot made a judgement error. We all make them. These things happen and you have to get on with it. I make an error of judgement every time I go outside, we all do it," head coach Jones said.
"He has to bounce back, he has no choice, mate. What is he going to do, sit in the corner and feel sorry for himself and never play rugby again?
"No-one holds any recrimination against him and I don't understand the questioning on this. I have probably had five words with him saying just get on with it, there's nothing else to say."