The Addicks are back in action at The Valley on Saturday, taking on Shrewsbury Town in Sky Bet League One (KO 3pm BST).
Dean Holden's men, who are currently on a four-game unbeaten run, will be targeting a return to winning ways following last weekend's draw at home to play-off chasing Wycombe Wanderers.
Fans outside of the UK and Ireland can watch every kick of Saturday's action live on CharltonTV. Click here to get your match pass.
Joe Wollacott and Terell Thomas both returned from international duty unscathed, while Todd Kane (hamstring) recently returned to training with the team.
Lucas Ness (knee), Corey Blackett-Taylor (hamstring) and Chuks Aneke (hamstring) remain sidelined for the Addicks.
The visitors will be without long-term absentees George Nurse (knee), Tom Bayliss (ankle) and Daniel Udoh (knee) this weekend.
Shrewsbury currently sit 10th in the Sky Bet League One table, six points and two places above the Addicks.
Steve Cotterill’s side will be looking to bounce back on Saturday having fallen to a 2-0 defeat at Ipswich Town in their last outing a fortnight ago.
Charlton and Shrewsbury have gone toe-to-toe on 30 previous occasions, with the Addicks winning 10, Salop 11 and the remaining nine clashes resulting in draws.
The Addicks claimed a 1-0 victory in the reverse fixture at Montgomery Waters Meadow thanks to Jes Rak-Sakyi's 69th-minute strike.
Robert Madley is the man in the middle for Saturday’s clash against Salop. The official last refereed a Charlton fixture in October 2022 - a 1-1 draw against Oxford United in SE7.
Madley will be assisted by Rob Smith and Robert Hyde, while Ian Cooper is the Fourth Official.
Bartram's and the Meantime Fans’ Bar will both be open from 12pm this weekend.
Fans 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, supporters in the UK and Ireland can enjoy live audio commentary from The Valley. Click here to get your audio pass.
Fans 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 First Time Visitors' Guide.
(Article by Alex Forrest)