Doncaster Rovers v Charlton Athletic team news: Igor Vetokele and Krystian Bielik start

Lee Bowyer makes two changes as Charlton travel to Doncaster Rovers this afternoon.

Krystian Bielik and Igor Vetokele both return to the starting line-up for the top six clash at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Lee Bowyer, who serves the first of a three-game touchline ban this afternoon following his dismissal at AFC Wimbledon last week, rewards Vetokele with a starting berth after his match-winning goal at the Cherry Red Records Stadium. Mark Marshall will therefore start amongst the substitutes.

Charlton Athletic’s Igor Vetokele (centre) celebrates scoring their second goal with Tariqe Fosu (left) and Anfernee Dijksteel

Vetokele will partner Lyle Taylor up top, with Bowyer expected to revert to the 4-4-2 diamond formation. Taylor now has three games left to see out without receiving a booking that would take his tally up to 10 for the campaign and mean a two-game ban.

Arsenal loanee Bielik has himself returned from a suspension for hitting the 10-caution mark and slots into the base of the midfield, with George Lapslie dropping to the bench.

Charlton: Phillips, Solly, Bauer, Sarr, Purrington, Bielik, Cullen, Aribo, Williams, Taylor, Vetokele. Subs: Maxwell, Dijksteel, Marshall, Lapslie, Fosu, Reeves, Pratley.


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