AFC Wimbledon v Rotherham preview

Bolton will be without both Mark Davies and Matt Mills when

Charlton visit the Reebok Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Both Davies and Mills picked up injuries in the Trotters’ 2-2

draw to Huddersfield last Saturday and are now set for extended

spells on the sidelines.

The club confirmed via their Twitter account that Davies, who

landed awkwardly during the clash with the Terriers, will miss

three months after having surgery on a shoulder injury.

Mills, meanwhile, came off five minutes before the end in that

contest with a thigh injury which will now keep him out for six

weeks.

It is a bitter blow to manager Dougie Freedman who is already

without long-term absentees David Wheater and Josh Vela (both

knee).

Midfielder Stuart Holden is back in training from his knee

injury although he is still a couple of months away from a return

to first-team action.

Dan Seaborne should return to the Charlton squad.

The defender, who has extended his loan spell from Southampton

on a week-by-week basis, missed last weekend’s 2-2 draw against

Brighton through illness.

Seaborne will be expected to go straight back into the side with

Charlton having not conceded a goal in the four games he has played

since moving to The Valley.

Frontman Ricardo Fuller is close to returning from a hamstring

injury but full-backs Cedric Evina (knee) and Rhoys Wiggins

(metatarsal) are still out.

Striker Leon Clarke is back with the Addicks after completing

his loan spell at Scunthorpe and goalkeeper John Sullivan has also

returned to south-east London following his stint with Colchester,

but midfielder Eggert Jonsson has gone back to Wolves.

Steven Gregory is set to return to the AFC Wimbledon squad.

Gregory missed last weekend’s 1-1 draw at fellow strugglers

Barnet through illness but has recovered in time for what will be

the final match of his three-month loan spell from Bournemouth.

However, fellow midfielder Jonathan Meades is a doubt for the

match after picking up a knee injury during the first half at

Underhill.

Top scorer Byron Harrison is poised to return the starting

line-up after a back problem restricted him to a substitute

appearance against the Bees.

On-loan West Ham forward Paul McCallum completes a three-match

ban while midfielders Sammy Moore and Rashid Yussuff and striker

Jason Prior remain on the casualty list.

Rotherham are expected to have Ian Sharps at their disposal.

The Millers skipper had to go off during last weekend’s 2-1

defeat to Gillingham with a broken nose, but he is expected to play

through the pain barrier.

Utility man Mark Bradley has recovered from a groin injury and

will return to the squad after Tuesday’s FA Cup second-round replay

postponement at Notts County gave him extra time to return to

fitness.

He should come back in at right-back, with Johnny Mullins set to

make way.

Elsewhere, there are unlikely to be too many other changes to

the squad that boss Steve Evans named for that game at Meadow

Lane.

Goalkeeper Scott Shearer (knee) and forward Kieran Agard (thigh)

will be in the squad again, though are unlikely to make the

starting XI.

Dale Tonge (knee/ankle), Lionel Ainsworth (shoulder), Craig

Morgan (foot) and David Noble (ankle) are now the only occupants of

the treatment room.