Charlton will look to build on last week’s home win against Oldham Athletic when they head to Bury this Saturday (3pm).
The Shakers have lost their last seven games in all competitions and sit bottom of League One eleven points from safety, whilst they have failed to score in their last six home games.
The Addicks, meanwhile, will be hoping that last week’s win will reignite their promotion push. Karl Robinson’s squad has been depleted by injuries, however, they will be looking for another three points when they travel to Gigg Lane.
Patrick Bauer returns to the Charlton squad, having been rested for Tuesday’s Checkatrade Trophy clash with Oxford, while Karlan Ahearne-Grant picked up a hamstring injury in that match that will keep him out of the game.
Robinson will, however, continue to be without Leon Best, Jake Forster-Caskey, Tariqe Fosu, Chris Solly, Billy Clarke, Jason Pearce and Naby Sarr who are sidelined with injury.
For Bury, …
Charlton and Bury have met 37 times in the past, with Charlton having won on 11 occasions and Bury winning 16 times with the game ending as a draw 10 times.
Charlton haven’t beaten the Shakers in four matches - since August 2011 - with the game earlier this season finishing 1-1 in SE7.
Michael Salisbury will referee Saturday’s game at Gigg Lane.
Salisbury has officiated 20 games this season, brandishing 41 yellow cards, one red card and awarding five penalties.
He has yet to referee a game involving either side this season.
His linesman will be Geoffrey Liddle and Peter Gooch and fourth official will be Christopher Ward.
Supporters can follow all the build-up to the game on Charlton's official Twitter account, official Instagram account, Facebook page and official Snapchat account.
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Tickets will be available to buy from Gigg Lane using cash only and around 230 had been purchased in advance. They will be priced at:
Over 65s: £14