Stephy Mavididi is set for a scan on his injured hamstring today – with Charlton manager Karl Robinson expecting the on-loan Arsenal man to be out no longer than three weeks.
The exciting attacker got treatment on the pitch during Saturday’s 3-2 loss to Oxford United before being replaced in the second half.
When asked about a timescale for Mavididi’s absence, Robinson told the South London Press: “We still don’t know.
“We thought it was only a 10-day and now think it could be three weeks.
“We are doing a scan this morning.”
When asked about Mavididi’s injury being a setback for the Addicks, Robinson replied: “Yes and no, because we have got Sullay [Kaikai] – so we feel we’re in a good place in those positions.
“We’ve also got Nicky Ajose back as well. He gives us a little bit more in the offensive area.”
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