Charlton duo Mark Marshall and Ben Reeves are set to start against Truro City in the FA Cup on Sunday.

The Addicks are expected to beat the non-league minnows in the first-round clash at the Valley.

And Charlton boss Karl Robinson confirmed Marshall and Reeves, who both played 69 minutes in the Checkatrade Trophy win over Fulham Under-21s on Wednesday, are in line for a second successive start.

The pair have struggled for fitness since joining the club in the summer.

Robinson said: “Reevesy scored a great goal, Marshy showed his quality – so we got the 60 minutes out of them.

“They’ll get another 60 minutes on Sunday and then they’ll play 90 minutes in a game behind closed doors if the Shrewsbury game is called off.

“So it’s a mini pre-season for those two for the next two weeks.

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Ben Reeves | Picture: Benjamin Peters Photography

“We’ll just keep them ticking over and get them fitter and getting closer to their form.”

Reeves netted his second Charlton goal against Fulham, while Marshall looked threatening on the right.

Robinson is excited by the progress his summer signings are making.

He added: “His [Reeves] finishing is unreal, he hits the back of the net. He can use both feet. The calmness to pass it in with his weak foot shows you why we brought him to this football club.

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“Marshy had a 10-minute spell in the first-half where he was unplayable. Imagine if you were big Josh [Magennis] watching this, ‘if I don’t get a number of goals off that right foot’.

“He’s not going to get a better right-footed right winger in the league – we have the best one here.

“So once they’re back fit, who are they going to dislodge? It’s a wonderful [selection] problem to have.”