No fresh concerns for Bowyer as Charlton prepare to host Doncaster
Charlton boss Lee Bowyer has no fresh injury concerns as he attempts to guide the Addicks into the Sky Bet League One play-off-final.
Striker Josh Parker limped out of the 2-1 first-leg victory at Doncaster, but the issue was only cramp and he will be fit for the return at The Valley.
However, fellow frontman Igor Vetokele, who missed the last two games with a thigh problem, will sit out once again.
Goals from Lyle Taylor and Joe Aribo inside three first-half minutes at the Keepmoat Stadium handed the Addicks their advantage, although Matty Blair’s late strike dragged Rovers back into the tie.
Doncaster manager Grant McCann has a full squad to choose from as he targets a second win at The Valley this season.
McCann was unimpressed by his side’s opening 45 minutes in the first leg of the semi-final and replaced veteran midfielder James Coppinger with Tommy Rowe at the break, but has vowed to ‘go for the jugular’ with a trip to Wembley at stake.
Midfielders Alfie Beestin and Ben Whiteman are both fit after recovering from injury, but neither made the 18 for Sunday’s game.
Charlton have not lost at home in the league since Coventry beat them on October 6, but Rovers did see off a much-changed side 2-0 at The Valley in an FA Cup second-round clash in December courtesy of goals from Andy Butler and John Marquis.