TEAM NEWS | Reeves replaces suspended Taylor for today's game against Peterborough United

Charlton boss Lee Bowyer has made just one change to the side that beat Accrington Stanley 1-0 at The Valley last week for today’s match away to Peterborough United.

Ben Reeves, an influential substitute in last week’s win, replaces Lyle Taylor, who was sent-off in that ill-tempered game, and serves the first of his three-game suspension today.

The change will likely mean an adjustment in formation for the Addicks who have played the 4-4-2 diamond and a 3-4-1-2 in recent weeks.

If Bowyer opts for a 4-3-3, which would seem most likely, one would expect Reeves and Jonny Williams to operate either wide of or just behind the in-form Karlan Grant.

Dillon Phillips keeps his place in goal after back-to-back clean sheets. In front of him will be captain Chris Solly, Patrick Bauer, Naby Sarr and Ben Purrington. The midfield three will likely be Josh Cullen, Krystian Bielik and Darren Pratley behind the aforementioned attacking trio.

Reeco Hackett-Fairchild and Billy Clarke return to the bench in place of the promoted Reeves and Wilberforce Ocran, who misses out on the final squad of 18.

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Charlton: Phillips; Solly (C), Bauer, Sarr, Purrington; Cullen, Bielik, Pratley; Williams, Reeves, Grant.

Subs (not used): Maxwell, Dijksteel, Marshall, Lapslie, Clarke, Fosu, Hackett-Fairchild.

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