Sodje suspended for Pirates clash

Defender Sam Sodje is ruled out of Charlton's League One clash with fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol Rovers at The Valley on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 23/11/09 at 16:36

Sodje: Misses out

Sodje: Misses out

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The defender serves a one-match ban after his red card during Saturday's 1-1 draw at Yeovil, so Miguel Llera will step in at centre-half.

Right-back Frazer Richardson is still missing with a hamstring injury so Kelly Youga will swap flanks again with Grant Basey filling in on the left.

Wolves loanee Carl Ikeme continues in goal as Rob Elliot remains sidelined with a groin injury.

Striker Izale McLeod returns from a three-match ban but could find his way back into the side blocked by Akpo Sodje - Sam's younger brother - who is in line for his first start after scoring Charlton's equaliser as a substitute at the weekend.

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