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AFC Wimbledon vs Charlton Athletic. Sky Bet League One.

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  • L Taylor (46th minute)

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    AFC Wimbledon expect to have Joe Pigott fit to face his former club when they host Charlton in League One on Tuesday.

    The striker has returned to contention having trained following concussion. Darius Charles is also available, following his recovery from a hip injury.

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    Cody McDonald will again miss out, owing to a foot injury.

    Charlton's Jay Dasilva will have a late fitness test before interim manager Lee Bowyer selects his starting XI. The full-back missed Saturday's 1-1 draw at Bristol Rovers with a thigh injury and he may not be risked.

    Ahmed Kashi was expected to return on Saturday but missed out after suffering a setback when hurting his heel in training, and he is not in contention. Tariqe Fosu (groin), Chris Solly and Billy Clarke (both knee) also miss out.

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    This will be just the fourth league meeting between these two sides, and the fifth in all competitions. Charlton have scored exactly once in each of the previous four (W1 D1 L2).

    These sides share identical records in their three League One clashes to date, both winning one, drawing one and losing one whilst scoring and conceding exactly three each in those matches.

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    The Wombles have won just two of their last 12 league games (D3 L7), failing to win any of their last four (D2 L2).

    The Addicks are unbeaten in their four league games under Lee Bowyer, with the draw against Bristol Rovers at the weekend the first time they've dropped points under him.

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    Prutton's prediction

    After three emphatic wins in a row, Lee Bowyer finally tasted what it was like not to be victorious as a manager on Saturday. But Charlton are still well-placed for the play-offs and this is a good chance for them to put some distance between themselves and the chasing sides.

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    AFC Wimbledon led for so long against Scunthorpe at the weekend and it would have been crushing to concede that late equaliser. The Dons desperately need a win, but I think Charlton will have too much for them.

    David Prutton predicts: 0-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)

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