According to their official club website, Charlton Athletic will be without Miles Leaburn, Tyreece Campbell, Chuks Aneke, and Scott Fraser this weekend.
In an effort to get back to winning, Charlton Athletic will host Port Vale in League One action.
Charlton Athletic will be without four first-team players for their match against Port Vale due to injury.

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Updates on Charlton’s injuries
With three points against Port Vale, Charlton will be trying to make up for their disappointing 2-1 home loss to Bristol Rovers the previous time out. They lost to the Gas after conceding in extra time.


George Dobson’s goal gave the Addicks a 1-0 victory over neighboring London team Leyton Orient to start the season. They were defeated away at Peterborough United last Saturday, and they have subsequently lost their previous two games.

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Injury updates for Charlton
Charlton will be trying to get three points against Port Vale to make up for their poor 2-1 home loss to Bristol Rovers last time out. In extra time, they gave up to the Gas and lost.


Due to midfielder George Dobson’s goal, the Addicks defeated neighboring London team Leyton Orient 1-0 to start the season. After losing last weekend’s away game against Peterborough United, they have since lost their last two games.

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The club’s situation is not entirely gloomy, and Dean Holden will be anxious to make further acquisitions before the window closes in order to improve things. They will view their matchup with Vale as a chance to get a win, but it won’t be an easy one because their opponents are coming off of two impressive victories over Reading (1-0) and Blackpool (0-0).

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Due to the absence of attacking options like Campbell, Aneke, and Leaburn for Charlton, Alfie May, a summer addition, will start at the head of the line. He recently signed from Cheltenham Town and has a track record of scoring goals at the third tier level. However, young Daniel Kanu is currently challenging him for a starting spot.

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