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Charlton v Port Vale team line-ups: Terry Taylor make first start as Camara misses out due to injury

Terry Taylor makes his first start for Charlton Athletic as one of three changes made by manager Dean Holden for today’s League One match against Port Vale.

The Addicks lost 2-1 to Bristol Rovers on Tuesday night.

Panutche Camara is ruled out with a minor foot injury with Jack Payne and Lucas Ness dropping to the bench.

Michael Hector comes into the backline to partner Lloyd Jones while Daniel Kanu, who scored his first league goal for Charlton in the fixture against the Gas, is rewarded with a starting spot at the expense of Jack Payne.

Vale have not won away from home since January 1, a run of 12 matches in which they have lost eight of them – including a 7-0 drubbing on the opening day of the current campaign against Barnsley.

Charlton: Maynard-Brewer, Asiimwe, Jones, Hector, Edun, Dobson, Taylor, Anderson, Blackett-Taylor May, Kanu. Subs: Isted, Thomas, Ness, Jaiyesimi, Kirk, McGrandles, Payne.

Port Vale: Ripley, Jones, Sang, Smith, Garrity, Chislett, Ojo, Grant, Iacovitti, Arblaster, Wilson. Subs: Leutwiler, Cass, Clark, Lowe, Massey, Plant, Thomas.


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