Reserves Charlton 3 Arsenal 0
Lisbie was among the players who seemed to relish playing at The Valley; his two excellent finishes also jogging the memory of Pardew who is sure to require the in-form front man during the Premiership run-in.
Donovan Simmonds rounded off the victory with a smart strike late on, but it was Lisbie's fourth goal in three games that stole the show and with Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink injured, it can only augur well for the Addicks for the remainder of the campaign.
While Lisbie and Bryan Hughes provided the experience, the main draw for a healthy Valley gathering was newcomer Chris Dickson, who made his SE7 bow after outings at Fulham and West Ham United.
It proved to be a frustrating night for the 22-year-old forward, though, with a couple of decent scoring chances passing him by.
Charlton: Elliot, Staunton, Basey (Solly 63), Kurrant (Sinfield 90), Coleman, Thomas, Simmonds, Hughes, Lisbie (Godfrey 86), Dickson, Wagstaff.
Subs (not used): Nielsen,
Goals: Lisbie, 37, 71, Simmonds 85
Booked: Lisbie 70
Arsenal: Mannone, Rodgers (Watt 46), Traore, Dunne, Connolly, Hoyte, Ogogo, Randall, Fonte (Thomas 68), Barazite (Ayling 80), Efrem.
Subs (not used): Parisio, Butcher.