Charlton defender Naby Sarr has been ruled out for four weeks with a hamstring injury.

The Frenchman picked up the problem prior to the Oldham clash two weeks ago.

But boss Karl Robinson is hoping to welcome back Patrick Bauer and Jason Pearce to first-team training on Tuesday.

Speaking after his team’s win over Walsall, Robinson said: “Naby’s still a long way away. His hamstring [injury] is quite a bad one.

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“It would be nice if we get [new] players training with the team by Tuesday and then it’ll give us that little bit of a boost.

“Hopefully with Pearcey and Pat, they could be training on Tuesday as well. So I’ve not only got a team selection, I’ve got a squad selection going to Blackpool.

“It would be great if we can make it four wins on the spin. Three at any level is hard, but four is even harder. We've got goals back in our team now and that was very evident today.”

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