Bristol Rovers v Charlton Athletic team news: Lee Bowyer makes three changes for clash with the Gas

Lee Bowyer makes three changes as his Charlton side look for a fourth consecutive league win when they face Bristol Rovers.

The South Londoners’ have been victorious in all of Bowyer’s three games in temporary charge so far but will have to do without one of their star players during that run, with Tariqe Fosu out injured for two weeks.

Crystal Palace loanee Sullay Kaikai comes in to take Fosu’s place in the starting eleven, with Bowyer saying after Monday’s home win over Rotherham United that the winger will need to use this opportunity to show what he can do.

The caretaker Addicks boss also rotates both of his full-backs. Jay Dasilva, on loan from Chelsea, is rested, with Lewis Page returning to the left-back position.

Youngster Anfernee Dijksteel will fill in at right-back, with Ezri Konsa reverting to the bench.

Midfielder Ahmed Kashi, who potentially could have returned from injury today, is not included in the match day squad.

Charlton: Amos, Dijksteel, Bauer, Pearce, Page, Kaikai, Forster-Caskey, Aribo, Reeves, Zyro, Ajose. Subs: Phillips, Sarr, Jackson, Marshall, Mavididi, Konsa, Magennis.


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