BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Lee Bowyer is hopeful that Lyle Taylor will be fit for Charlton’s match at Hull City on Saturday.
The striker injured his ankle in last weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Middlesbrough at The Valley but stayed on the pitch for the remainder of the match – but not before receiving treatment in the second half.
Addicks boss Bowyer said: “I think he is okay.
“Naby [Sarr] is training today and Lyle should train today.
“There was about three who didn’t train on Monday and Tuesday but should train today.”
PICTURE BY PAUL EDWARDS
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