Leicester prop Julian White has received a two-week ban for punching his England colleague Andrew Sheridan.
It means the 35-year-old will miss Tigers' Heineken Cup quarter-final against Bath on Saturday, followed by the Guinness Premiership trip to Saracens eight days later.
White, though, will be available for Leicester's probable Premiership title push through the play-offs and the Heineken Cup semi-finals next month.
He was sent off by referee Wayne Barnes midway through the first-half of Leicester's 37-31 league victory over Sale Sharks at Welford Road last weekend.
White was dealt with by a three-man Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel that sat in London under the chairmanship of His Honour Judge Jeff Blackett.
Sale Sharks winger Cueto was suspended for two weeks after being cited for an alleged dangerous tackle on Bath's Andrew Higgins during the Guinness Premiership match at Edgeley Park on March 27. He is free to play again on April 22.
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