The Addicks are back in action at The Valley on Saturday, hosting Fleetwood Town in Sky Bet League One (KO 3pm BST).
Former club captain and current U18 Lead Coach Jason Pearce takes the reins this weekend as Charlton look to turn their fortunes around.
Fans outside of the UK and Ireland can watch every kick of Saturday's action from SE7 live on CharltonTV. Click here to purchase your match pass.
The Addicks will assess the availability of Panutche Camará (foot), Miles Leaburn (ankle) and Chuks Aneke (calf), though Scott Fraser (calf) will miss out.
Saturday's clash comes too soon for deadline-day signings Tennai Watson, Louie Watson, James Abankwah and Slobodan Tedić.
The visitors will be without Jay Lynch and Josh Earl, both of whom were shown red cards in the Cod Army's last outing.
Since their opening-day draw at Carlisle United, Fleetwood have suffered defeats against Cambridge United, Bolton Wanderers, Derby County and Shrewsbury Town.
Those results leave Scott Brown’s side sat 23rd in the Sky Bet League One standings, above Cheltenham Town on goal difference.
Charlton and Fleetwood have clashed on 12 previous occasions with the Addicks winning four, the Cod Army two and the remaining six meetings producing draws.
Fleetwood’s last trip to SE7 saw the visitors claim a 2-1 triumph thanks to goals from Shaun Rooney and Harrison Holgate.
Carl Brook will be the man in the middle for Saturday’s fixture. The official last took charge of a Charlton match in April 2023 - a 3-2 win over Port Vale at The Valley.
Brook will be assisted by David Harrison and Andy Bennett, while Kevin Howick is the Fourth Official.
Bartram's and the Meantime Fans’ Bar will both be open from 12pm on Saturday.
Supporters outside of the UK and Ireland can watch every kick of Saturday’s action live on CharltonTV. Click here to get your match pass.
Meanwhile, fans inside the UK and Ireland can enjoy live audio commentary from The Valley. Click here to purchase your audio pass.
Supporters can buy Valley Gold Jackpot tickets online for the fixture. For every £1 spent on a Jackpot ticket, half goes to the club’s academy to help produce the stars of the future, while the other half goes to the two winners of a cash prize.
Visiting The Valley for the first time this weekend? Click here to read our Visitors' Guide.
(Article by Alex Forrest)