Chris Solly and Lewis Page have been ruled out of Saturday’s game against Fleetwood.

Both players were forced off in the 1-0 defeat to Blackpool last night.

Solly injured his knee, while Page, who was making his first Charlton appearance in almost a year, suffered a concussion after a nasty collision with Nathan Delfouneso.

Valley boss Karl Robinson said: “Pearcey [Jason Pearce] is full of bruising and he’s struggling.

“Solls will now be out [of the Fleetwood game]. Pagey will be out because of the FA’s concussion guidelines.

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“He was concussed on the pitch. We send our wishes to Nathan Delfouneso, no one wants to see a player get injured like that.

“He [Page] shouldn't have gone for the ball, he was stupid to go for it. He does some silly things sometimes, he goes for things he’s never going to get.

“We could all see he was never going to get to that ball. But he’s so keen to prove a point that sometimes he puts himself in a very awkward position. Sometimes you need to put the brakes on a little bit.”

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