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Charlton will be without Jose Semedo, who serves a one-match ban after he was booked for the fifth time this season against Peterborough at the weekend.

Striker Joe Anyinsah is a doubt after suffering a groin strain at London Road and winger Lee Martin, who scored twice as a substitute in the 5-1 victory, is ineligible under the terms of his loan from Ipswich.

Alan McCormack and Kyel Reid, who were also on the bench on Saturday, are likely to start.

Right-back Chris Solly has been ruled out until the new year after undergoing ankle surgery and left-back Kelly Youga will not feature again this season with a knee injury.

Barnet skipper Glen Southam returns to the side for the FA Cup replay at Charlton.

The midfielder served a one-match ban during Saturday's 1-1 draw at Torquay.

But full-back Jordan Parkes is now suspended for the trip to The Valley after collecting his fifth booking of the season at the weekend.

Boss Mark Stimson is set to recall Clovis Kamdjo at centre-half and move either George Francombe, Joe Devera or former Charlton defender Grant Basey to left-back.

Stimson is still missing defenders Darren Dennehy (foot) and Daniel Leach (ankle) and widemen Danny Kelly (hamstring) and Glenn Poole (thigh).

But striker Izale McLeod, who joined the Bees at the end of September, has started full training following a knee operation.

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