BOSS Alan Solomons is “not too concerned” over Worcester Warriors’ discipline despite picking up four yellow cards in two Premiership Cup games.

Warriors went down to 13 men at one stage in their 31-12 win over Leicester Tigers at Welford Road on Saturday after Anton Bresler and Darren Barry were sin-binned.

Bresler saw yellow for a no-arms tackle on Sam Harrison before a rising penalty count resulted in referee Hamish Smales losing his patience and sending Barry to the bin.

Warriors also struggled to keep their discipline in check in last week’s 35-3 victory over Sale Sharks as Matt Cox and Gareth Milasinovich were brandished yellow cards.

“When you are defending close to your line there is always a risk of a yellow card but it is one of those things,” Solomons said.

“We are always on about our discipline.

“I think as a side we are reasonably well-disciplined so I am not too concerned by it to be honest.”

Most of Warriors’ penalties against Sale and Leicester came in the second half and Solomons said he would take a closer look at why that was happening.

“When there are a lot of lineouts close to your line invariably penalties flow off the back of that,” Solomons said.

“I think that’s what happened but we have got to have a look at the film and then decide what the situation is.”