The Addicks are back on the road this Saturday, taking on Barnsley at Oakwell (KO 3pm GMT).
Michael Appleton’s side, who are unbeaten in their last five league outings, played out a 2-2 draw with Cambridge United at The Valley last weekend.
Supporters outside of the UK and Ireland can watch every kick of Saturday's action from south Yorkshire live on CharltonTV, while those inside the UK and Ireland can enjoy live audio commentary. Click here to purchase your CharltonTV pass.
The Addicks will be without Harry Isted (knee), Lloyd Jones (quad), Lucas Ness (knee), Conor McGrandles (calf), Terry Taylor (ankle), Panutche Camará (hamstring), Chuks Aneke (hamstring) and Miles Leaburn (hamstring) for this weekend’s trip to Oakwell.
Barnsley will make late calls on Nicky Cadden and Max Watters, while Liam Roberts and John McAtee are both nearing returns.
Josh Benson, Matty Wolfe and Robbie Cundy remain out for the Tykes.
Barnsley currently sit seventh in the Sky Bet League One table, just two points adrift of the play-off places having played fewer games than four of the top six.
Neill Collins' side came from behind to claim a 3-1 victory at Reading last weekend. Harvey Knibbs gave the hosts an early lead but Herbie Kane levelled from the penalty spot six minutes before the break. Devante Cole and Max Watters then bagged late goals to secure the Tykes' second league win on the spin.
Charlton and Barnsley have gone toe-to-toe on 54 previous occasions with the Addicks winning 21, the Tykes 18 and the remaining 15 clashes resulting in draws.
The two teams last met at The Valley in January 2023, when Tyreece Campbell's first senior goal and a second-half Jes Rak-Sakyi strike earned Charlton a 2-0 triumph.
Simon Mather will be the man in the middle on Saturday. The referee has taken control of 16 matches so far this season, showing 87 yellow cards and nine red cards.
Mather will be assisted by Bradley Hall and Johnathon Bickerdike, while Danny Gratton is the Fourth Official.
The Addicks will be wearing their white third kit in south Yorkshire.
Tickets for this weekend's match go off sale at 4pm on Friday.
Remaining tickets can be purchased from the away turnstiles on matchday, with cash and card payments accepted. There is a £2 increase on adult, senior and young adult prices but child prices stay the same.
Fans collecting tickets can do so from Barnsley's box office.
Fans outside of the UK and Ireland can watch all of this weekend's action live on CharltonTV, while those inside the UK and Ireland can enjoy live audio commentary. Click here to purchase your CharltonTV pass.