Summer signing Terry Taylor will make his full league Charlton debut in today’s clash with Port Vale.
Daniel Kanu also earns a starting place after scoring his first league goal in mid-week, while Michael Hector returns to the side as Dean Holden makes three changes.
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Jack Payne and Lucas Ness move to the bench, while Panutche Camara misses out with a minor foot injury.
It means the Addicks could line-up in a 3-5-2 or a 4-3-3. If the aforementioned, Hector would be part of a back three alongside Lloyd Jones and Tayo Edun in front of goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer. Karoy Anderson and skipper George Dobson, playing his 100th game for the club, would join Taylor in midfield with Nathan Asiimwe and Corey Blackett-Taylor operating as wing backs. Kanu would then partner Alfie May in a front two.
If operating a 4-3-3, Blackett-Taylor and Kanu would play either side of May, with Asiimwe dropping back into a back four.
Payne and Ness are joined on the Charlton bench by Harry Isted, Terell Thomas, Diallang Jaiyesimi, Charlie Kirk and Conor McGrandles.
Charlton: Maynard-Brewer; Asiimwe, Jones, Hector, Edun; Dobson (c), Taylor, Anderson; Kanu, May, Blackett-Taylor
Substitutes: Isted, Ness, Thomas, McGrandles, Payne, Kirk, Jaiyesimi