BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Krystian Bielik is out of Charlton’s game at Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow.
The Addicks midfielder cam off in Saturday’s 2-0 win at Plymouth Argyle.
And Charlton manager Lee Bowyer admitted the on-loan Arsenal man will play no part at Adams Park.
“We’ve lost Krsytian – he is out,” said the Addicks chief. “His ankle was playing up.
“He did it when he was away with Poland [U21s]. We brought him in [to the side] on Saturday and he was in pain. We are going to try and repair that, get it as good as we can for the weekend.
“We don’t know, that might be too soon. He is definitely out for Tuesday.”
Lewis Page and Jake Forster-Caskey are both back in full training for the Addicks, but both need U23 outings before being considered for first-team action.
“They are going to need a couple of games for our U23s and the first of those will probably be next week,” said Bowyer.
“I’m just trying to look after the lads as best I can. I want to have this headache, about who to play, for the rest of the season. We’ve got pretty much everyone available and hopefully we can keep it like that because this season we have been unlucky with injuries.”
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