Charlton begin their 2023/24 Carabao Cup campaign on Tuesday, travelling to south Wales to take on Newport County (KO 7.30pm BST).
Dean Holden's Addicks head to Rodney Parade on the back of a 1-0 victory against Leyton Orient in Saturday's season-opener at The Valley.
Supporters all over the world will be able to listen to live audio commentary of Tuesday's first-round tie. Live audio match passes are priced at just £4 each and you can purchase yours by clicking here.
Deji Elerewe is unavailable for Charlton as he serves the second game of his suspension after being sent off for loan side Bromley in their play-off semi-final last season.
Tuesday's trip comes too early for forward duo Chuks Aneke (calf) and Miles Leaburn (ankle).
Former Addick Omar Bogle (quad) missed the Exiles' League Two opener on Saturday, while Kiban Rai (migraine) and Shane McLoughlin (hip) will both be assessed having been forced off in that game.
The hosts will also be without long-term absentees Declan Drysdale (knee) and Offrande Zanzala (knee).
Newport fell to a 3-0 defeat at Accrington Stanley on the opening day of the 2023/24 Sky Bet League Two season last weekend.
Graham Coughlan's side finished 15th in the fourth tier last term.
Charlton and Newport have gone toe-to-toe on 22 previous occasions with the Addicks winning 11, the Exiles six and the remaining five encounters resulting in draws.
The last meeting between the two sides came in a Division Three clash 53 years ago, when Charlton ran out 3-0 victors.
Tuesday's clash at Rodney Parade will be the first time the Addicks have taken on Newport in a competitive clash since the Welsh side's reformation in June 1989.
Scott Simpson will be the man in the middle on Tuesday, taking charge of his first fixture involving Charlton.
Simpson will be assisted by James Vallance and Declan O'Shea, while Richie Watkins is the Fourth Official.
The Addicks will be wearing their brand-new black away kit in south Wales.
Tickets are no longer on sale online, but can be purchased from Rodney Parade on Tuesday evening.
There will be no price increase on matchday and tickets can be purchased from gate six at the away end.
Due to EFL rules, the club aren't allowed to stream Tuesday's Carabao Cup game, though supporters all over the world will be able to listen to live audio commentary of the first-round tie. Live audio match passes are priced at just £4 each and you can purchase yours by clicking here.