Panutche Camará will make his first league start for the club in this afternoon’s game against Peterborough United.
The midfielder is joined in the starting line-up by Jack Payne. The duo replace the injured Scott Fraser and Tyreece Campbell as Dean Holden makes two changes from the team that beat Leyton Orient at The Valley last weekend.
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The changes mean the Addicks could line-up in the 3-5-2 formation used last week or a 4-3-3 formation.
If a 3-5-2, Lloyd Jones, Lucas Ness and Terell Thomas would start in a back three in front of Ashley Maynard-Brewer. Nathan Asiimwe and Corey Blackett-Taylor would operate as wing-backs with Camará joined in a midfield three by skipper George Dobson and Karoy Anderson. Payne would partner Alfie May.
If playing a 4-3-3, Asiimwe would drop into a back four, with Blackett-Taylor joining Payne and May in a front three.
Harry Isted, Michael Hector, Zach Mitchell, Tayo Edun, Conor McGrandles, Charlie Kirk and Daniel Kanu make up the substitutes bench.
Mandela Egbo, Richard Chin and Terry Taylor all miss the game with injuries picked up in midweek.
Charlton: Maynard-Brewer; Asiimwe, Jones, Ness, Thomas; Dobson (c), Anderson, Camará; Payne, May, Blackett-Taylor
Substitutes: Isted, Hector, Mitchell, Edun, McGrandles, Kirk, Kanu