Date: 31st October 2008 at 2:48pm
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Barnsley have no fresh injury worries ahead of tomorrow’s trip to The Valley to face Alan Pardew’s Charlton side.

Reds winger, Martin Devaney, who picked up a knock on the knee in midweek has been passed fit for Saturday’s match, and looks set to keep his place in an unchanged line-up.

Davey’s opposite number, however, has a slight headache with the knee injuries of Linvoy Primus and Jonathon Fortune, while Zheng Zhi and Therry Racon will miss with foot injuries.

The key tactic for Barnsley will be to frustrate Charlton by packing the midfield and perhaps hit the Addicks on the break with the likes of Campbell-Ryce and Hume on the wings.

A repeat of last season’s one all draw down in London would be another great result, but with the two teams evenly poised on fifteen points in the league, Simon Davey may even fancy his side’s chances of snatching all three points in the capital.

 

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