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Charlton Athletic vs. Barnet

The Valley

16 November

7.45pm

Barnet Bee-ware

After scaling the heights at London Road, Phil Parkinson will be anxious to keep the momentum going against Barnet.

There will have to be changes tonight, Parkinson will not risk those carrying knocks, which rules out Anyinsah and possibly Wagstaff, while Lee Martin has not been given clearance by Ipswich to play. Semedo is suspended following his fifth yellow card and Parkinson may choose to rest one or two others with the busy schedule ahead.

Ross Worner could get a game though Elliot is more likely to start. Doherty or Dailly may be rested with Fortune slotting into the heart of the defence.

Kyel Reid is likely to start, as is Alan McCormack. McCormack operated on the wide right at Peterborough when he came on for Wagstaff and could figure there again, or in his more natural central position. Jackson is another who could play alongside Racon. With several of the fringe players out on loan, youngsters Callum Harriott and Freddie Warren have been added to the squad.

Pawel Abbott and Paul Benson could be the front runners. Parkinson may field a team looking something like this:

Elliot; Francis, Fortune, Dailly, Fry; McCormack, Racon, Jackson, Reid; Abbott, Benson.

Subs: Worner, Doherty, Mambo, Warren, Wagstaff, Harriott, Sodje.

Kevin Wright of Northamptonshire will be the referee.

The Addicks have come unstuck in this type of game before so the manager will work hard to ensure his team are focused.

Vital Quotes:

Charlton Athletic Team News:

Joe Anyinsah is out injured while Lee Martin can not play and Jose Semedo is suspended.

Player to watch: Kyel Reid

The key to unlocking the Barnet defence.

Barnet Team News:

Mark Stimson should have a full squad to pick from.

Player to watch: Steve Kabba

Could worry the Addicks defence.

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Kevin Wright from Northamptonshire will be the man in charge.

Next Fixtures:




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Date:Tuesday November 16 2010

Time: 8:37AM

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whatever team we put out we should be able to overcome Barnet...but there are many unexpected banana skins waiting for the unwary on the road to Wembly
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