Fosu setback for Charlton

Posted Thursday, April 26, 2018 by PA

Fosu setback for Charlton

Charlton’s hopes of nailing down a League One play-off place against Blackburn have been hit by an injury to Tarique Fosu.

The winger suffered a hamstring problem against Portsmouth last week and will now definitely miss the remaining two games of the regular season, though could return if the Addicks finish in the top six.

Arsenal loanee Stephy Mavididi is also a concern with a hamstring injury and seems unlikely to be fit, though Jason Pearce has returned to training this week.

Lee Bowyer’s assistant Johnnie Jackson will not feature due to an Achilles injury, meaning he might have played his last game at The Valley.

Blackburn’s biggest concern is that their players are not suffering from sore heads.

The 1-0 win at Doncaster on Tuesday sealed a return to the Championship, but with two games to go they are hoping to beat Wigan to the title.

Rovers are a point behind their north-west rivals, who also have a better goal difference.

Only defender Ryan Nyambe is still missing as he continues to work his way back from a hamstring injury.


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