Charlton are “desperate” to play AFC Wimbledon on Saturday, according to Karl Robinson.

The game is under threat with more snow expected in south London for the rest of the week.

The Plymouth clash falls on an international weekend in March - and Charlton could postpone it if Josh Magennis (Northern Ireland), Ezri Konsa (England Under-20s) and the returning Stephy Mavididi (England Under-20s) receive call-ups.

It means the Addicks could have several games in hand in the latter stages of the season, something which Robinson wants to avoid.

The Valley boss told News Shopper: “By the Plymouth game, Stephy might be back fit. So we just have to wait and see.

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“We think he’s two to three weeks away. He’s started running outside this week and we’ll see where he’s at with that. He won’t be too far away.

“We’re desperate for the AFC Wimbledon game to be on. There’s a probability that the Plymouth game could be called off as well.

“And then all of a sudden we've got to play Blackpool away, we’ll have to play Shrewsbury away, we’ll have to play Wimbledon and Plymouth on a Tuesday.

“We’ll still have 13 games to play going into the last seven weeks of the season.

“You’ve got to look at that and see it’s going to be difficult to take on all those teams. We’re going to dance around it very cleverly, we've got a plan.”

Charlton are just two points from sixth-placed Plymouth with two games in hand.

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