Charlton host AFC Wimbledon in Checkatrade Trophy Southern Group G on Tuesday evening (7.45pm).

Addicks boss Lee Bowyer will use the match to give minutes to a number of players in his squad; those returning from injury as well as some of the club’s young stars.

Charlton earned a 2-1 victory at Southend United on Saturday while the Dons were beaten at Burton Albion in Sky Bet League One.

Bowyer is set to hand starts to Jed Steer and Igor Vetokele and Ben Reeves is also likely to be involved, having recovered from injury. Tariqe Fosu is suspended, even though the match will not count towards his three-match suspension. Jake Forster-Caskey and Billy Clarke remain sidelined.

AFC Wimbledon will have Rod McDonald available after he served a one-match suspension on Saturday. The defender was sent off in the Carabao Cup against West Ham United last week.

Tickets will be on sale from The Valley right up until kick-off. They are priced at:

Adult: £10

Over 65: £5

U21: £5

Tickets can be purchased in advance by clicking here.

Charlton caretaker boss Lee Bowyer: “We’ve got Igor, Ben Reeves, young Albie who is just coming back from injury and Anfernee Dijksteel. It will be good for them to get some minutes under the belts.” Click here to read more from Lee Bowyer.

AFC Wimbledon Manager Neal Ardley: “We have a 21-man squad and that's the squad for all competitions. We will be using this squad for Tuesday and for Saturday. At the moment we have to learn how to win games of football. It is a young side, we've reduced the average age of the squad, but we have a team that wants to play with energy, tempo, and belief.”

Charlton and AFC Wimbledon have met five times since the Dons’ reformation in 2002. Wimbledon have won three of those matches, the most recent of which saw Lyle Taylor, now of course of the Addicks, net the only goal in a 1-0 win.

Charlton have won one of the five games, while there has also been one draw.

Kevin Johnson will take charge of Tuesday night’s match at The Valley.

So far this season, he has overseen five matches where he has dished out 17 yellow cards but no reds.

Johnson refereed the Addicks once last season, which was the 4-1 victory over Northampton Town in August 2017.

He will be supported by linesmen Daniel Cook and Garry Maskell and fourth official Lee Collins.

Supporters can follow all the build-up to the game on Charlton's official Instagram account, official Twitter account, Facebook page and official Snapchat account.

Live commentary of the clash will be available on Valley Pass exclusively for subscribers. Please click here for more information on how you can subscribe to Valley Pass and how you can purchase a 48-hour matchday pass, which is priced at just £4.

As last year, any group games that are drawn will go straight to penalties where an extra point will be up for grabs for the winners, meaning a penalty victory will result in a total of two points.

EFL teams are required to field a minimum of four ‘qualifying outfield players’ in their starting XI. This is defined as:

•   Any player who started the previous or following first-team fixture

•   Any player who is in the top 10 players at the club, who have made the most starting appearances in league and domestic cup competitions that season

•   Any player with 40 or more first-team appearances in their career

•   Any player on loan from a Premier League club or any EFL Category One Academy club.

The Valley’s ticket office will not be open after full-time.

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