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Milton Keynes Dons Vs Charlton Athletic, Tue 27 Sep 2011

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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson will select from an unchanged squad for the visit of league leaders Charlton.

The Dons incurred no new problems during the goalless draw at Bury on Saturday, when new signing Clinton Morrison made his debut as a second-half substitute.

Morrison, signed on loan from npower League One rivals Sheffield Wednesday, could make his home debut. It would probably have to be from the bench again though, as Robinson could name an unchanged starting XI.

Fellow striker Charlie MacDonald (thigh) and defenders Adam Smith (ankle) and Gary MacKenzie (suspended) remain unavailable.

Meanwhile, teenager Harry Milton has departed the club to join Ryman Premier Division side Aveley on a month-long loan deal.

Charlton manager Chris Powell hopes to name the same starting line-up for the fifth successive league match.

The Addicks suffered no new injuries as they stretched their lead at the top of npower League One to three points with a 3-1 win over Chesterfield on Saturday.

Midfielder Bradley Pritchard is still on the casualty list with a broken metatarsal.

New signing Yann Kermorgant replaced Pritchard on the bench at the weekend and had a hand in the third goal after coming on as a substitute for his debut, so he should be involved again.

Fellow striker Paul Benson could be another option from the bench if he has recovered from a fractured finger.

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Milton Keynes Dons
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