Charlton are back on the road on Tuesday, taking on Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium (KO 7.45pm GMT).
The Addicks head north looking to get back on the winning trail following back-to-back defeats against Lincoln City and Bolton Wanderers.
Supporters in the UK, Ireland and all around the world can watch every kick of Tuesday’s clash against the Latics live on CharltonTV. Click here to get your match pass.
Michael Appleton confirmed in his press conference that Tayo Edun (hamstring) and Conor McGrandles (knee) are both in contention, while Terell Thomas (leg) will be assessed having been forced off during Saturday’s match against Bolton.
Harry Isted (knee), Terry Taylor (ankle) and Chuks Aneke (hamstring) remain sidelined for Charlton.
Meanwhile, the hosts will be without Jason Kerr (knee) and former Addick Matthew Smith (hernia), who joined the Latics from Arsenal in the summer.
Wigan, who started the season on minus eight points, currently sit 19th in the Sky Bet League One table, level on points with 21st-placed Carlisle United, albeit having played two games less.
Shaun Maloney’s side come into Tuesday’s clash in form having earned 2-0 wins over Exeter City, Oxford United and Shrewsbury Town in their last three league outings.
Charlton and Wigan have clashed on 16 previous occasions with the Addicks winning six, the Latics seven and the remaining three matches producing draws.
The last meeting between the two sides came at DW Stadium in February 2022, when the hosts came from behind to claim a 2-1 victory.
Paul Howard will be the man in the middle on Tuesday. The official, who last oversaw a Charlton fixture in February 2023, has refereed 10 games to date this season, showing 35 yellow cards and one red card.
Howard will be assisted by Mark Jones and Stephen Wade, while Steven Copeland is the Fourth Official.
The Addicks will be sporting their black away kit at the DW Stadium.