Ah Van could potentially get between a four and eight-match ban if he is found guilty of a grade E dangerous throw on Wakefield centre Ashley Gibson in last Friday’s 18-16 home defeat by the Wildcats.
In a stormy game, referee Joe Cobb also sin-binned two other Widnes players, Stefan Marsh for tripping, and hooker Lloyd White for a professional foul, and sent off Aaron Heremaia (Widnes) and Scott Moore (Wakefield) for fighting.
Marsh has been charged with a grade C offence, which carries a sanction of two to three matches, Heremaia has been cited for a grade A offence of punching. Both players are eligible to submit early guilty pleas but Ah Van must appear in front of a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday.
Moore will also face a hearing after being hit with three separate charges. He is accused of a grade B high tackle and two minor grade A offences of punching and contrary behaviour.
Meanwhile, Wigan’s Tony Clubb has been hit with a Grade B striking charge following Wigan’s loss at Warrington last week, with Salford’s Logan Tomkins charged with a Grade C dangerous contact charge.