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Charlton manager Chris Powell is hopeful three key players will shake off injuries ahead of next weekend's FA Cup quarter-final against Sheffield United.

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Chris Powell: Hopeful on trio's recoveries

Chris Powell: Hopeful on trio's recoveries

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Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Leicester proved costly in more ways than one after defender Michael Morrison, midfielder Jordan Cousins and striker Simon Church all picked up knocks.

"I was forced to change Jordan Cousins, he got a knock in the first half," said Powell.

"And then Simon Church got a knock but he had to stay on.

"When things are going against you that happens but fortunately for us we've got seven days to clear those up before we play in what I call a bonus game for us in the cup."

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