Lee Bowyer revealed he is likely to field a similar side in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday to that who got a 1-1 draw in the FA Cup first-round tie at Mansfield Town.

Toby Stevenson, making only his second senior appearance for the club got the equaliser in the 73rd minute after Christopher Hamilton had given the home side the lead on the stroke of half time.

Stephenson’s goal was his fourth for the club after a hat-trick in the 8-0 thumping of Stevenage in the League Trophy in October.

“He was very good and he handled himself well,” Bowyer said of the teenage wing-back.

“It wasn’t easy for him but he did well and he’s nicked another goal. His performance was a positive for me.”

Speaking after the match at the One Call Stadium, Bowyer praised Irishman Billy Clarke on his return to the first team after 11 months out with a knee injury.

“He’s a good footballer and it’s good that he got through that,” said Bowyer of the man who came on for the last 20 minutes.

“He’ll probably start on Tuesday because it’s going to be the same lads going again.

“He has been out for a long time and he did well.”

Following Charlton’s 2-0 win at Walsall mid-week, Bowyer named a young side to start against Mansfield with no fewer than ten changes to the starting 11.

Another who impressed Bowyer was 22-year-old Dutchman Anfernee Dijksteel who played at centre-back.

“He never gave the ball away, he never got beaten.

“He intercepted things and everything that came into his area he stopped, no crosses went in from his side and his whole performance was exceptional.”

Charlton currently sit sixth in League One ahead of the international break but with a Checkatrade tie against Swansea U21s at The Valley on Tuesday.