Here’s how we rated some of Charlton’s new faces in their preseason defeat to Ebbsfleet United.

Ben Amos – 6 – Had his hands full with all the chances Fleet were getting, the defending was pretty lacklustre. Couldn’t do much for the first but was poor for the second.

Ben Purrington – 5 – Not his best game. Made a poor pass into midfield that, fortunately for him, wasn’t capitalised upon before giving away that penalty. A bit of a rash challenge in the box.

Tom Lockyer – 5 – Was one of the wholesale changes Lee Bowyer made on the hour mark. Looked shaky. Failed to deal with one chance minutes into coming on before finding himself in serious danger with that Gozie Ugwu chance.

Alfie Doughty – 6 – Twice tried to construct chances from his left-wing berth but, defensively, that side was a problem for Charlton all evening. Sean Shields was getting a lot of freedom and punished Charlton accordingly.

Chuks Aneke – 5 – Similar to his performance at Welling, he was relatively quiet. Had a chance from a set-piece but headed the ball well over, before providing Lyle Taylor with a great cutback pass. Other than that he was not hugely impactful before coming off.

Abraham Odoh – 7 – He had an instant impact. Made Fleet really sweat with his incisive running. Assisted the consolation goal and could have grabbed the equaliser in injury time.

Junior Quitirna – 6 – Not as effective as Odoh but still showed flashes of quality, particularly with a clever pass which sliced through the hosts’ defence.

Callum Harriott – 5 – The former Charlton youngster was pretty wasteful, in truth. Overhit the ball one or two times and didn’t provide the impact Bowyer was perhaps looking for.

Taylor Maloney – 6 – Like some of Bowyer’s wholesale changes on the hour he did provide the Addicks with a spark. Helped Charlton’s late resurgence with being involved in some neat attacking play.

Macauley Bonne – 6 – Nearly nipped the ball off the goalkeeper’s feet at the end in injury time, would have been superb timing for a goal. Played in Odoh for a potentially good chance but the latter scuppered it.