Lee Bowyer will begin his reign as Caretaker Manager when Charlton host promotion-rivals Plymouth Argyle at The Valley on Saturday (3pm).
The former Addicks academy graduate was appointed into the role following the departure of Karl Robinson on Thursday, and his first match pits him against Sky Bet League One's in-form side.
The Pilgrims have won eight of their last nine games, most recently drawing with Fleetwood Town last Saturday, and currently sit sixth in the table.
Bowyer has promised to stamp his own mark onto the Charlton squad and has assured supporters that every player who dons the red shirt between now and May will be giving 100 per cent to try and force the Addicks back into the play-off places.
Stephy Mavididi is unlikely to be involved for Charlton, despite making his return to training this week. Dillon Phillips and Lewis Page could both return, though, after recovering from an ankle injury and concussion respectively.
Josh Magennis and Ezri Konsa are not available as they are on international duty. Ahmed Kashi, Jay Dasilva and Chris Solly remain out, and does long-term absentee Billy Clarke.
For Plymouth, Sonny Bradley is a doubt. Former Addick Simon Church is out with a hip problem and Gary Miller has a hamstring complaint. Anthony Sarcevic and Jamie Ness have groin and calf injuries respectively.
Charlton and Plymouth are evenly matched in the history books.
The clubs have both won 26 times against each other, while there have also been 14 draws. The last time they met at The Valley came in January 2011, with the Addicks running out 2-0 victors.
John Busby will take charge of Saturday's clash between Charlton and Plymouth at The Valley.
So far this season, he has overseen 37 matches where he has brandished 92 yellow cards and four reds.
Busby last blew his whistle in SE7 in December, for the Addicks' 1-1 draw against Blackpool in December. Highlights from that match are available to watch on Valley Pass by clicking here.
He will be supported by linesman Anthony Da Costa and Garry Maskell and fourth official Thomas Ramsey.
Supporters can follow all the build-up to the game on Charlton's official Instagram account, official Twitter account, Facebook page and official Snapchat account.
Live commentary of the clash will be available on Valley Pass exclusively for subscribers. Please click here for more information on how you can subscribe to Valley Pass and how you can purchase a 48-hour matchday pass, which is priced at just £4
Tickets for the match are still on sale and can be purchased in person from The Valley, by phone or by going online. Ticket prices start at:
Adult Disabled: £14
Over 65s: £11
U21s Disabled: £11
Tickets can be purchased online or by phone up until 1pm on matchday, and right up until kick-off in person. You can purchase yours online by clicking here
The North Stand’s free entry supporters’ bar will be open as usual, with its doors opening from 12pm.
All season ticket holders and Charlton fans with match tickets are welcome to visit the Fans’ Bar and supporters can purchase food and drinks in there.
On Saturday, a slow-roasted beef, sour-dough bap with red slaw will be available to buy.
Saturday's Family Activity Zone will be open as normal between 1.15pm and 2.30pm, giving youngsters the chance to warm up for the game by playing FIFA, pool and table tennis. As well as that, the FAZ's new outdoor football cage will also be available to use again.
Donations for Team Addicks' Prostate Cancer UK sponsorship fund will also be being collecting in around The Valley.
Supporters are reminded that they can connect to The Valley’s FREE stadium wifi during the game. Named ‘FREE FAN WI-FI’, supporters can use their smart phones and/or tablets to connect to it during the match and, once linked up, we’d encourage everyone to post their pictures on social media using the hashtag #cafc.
Fans are also advised to arrive at The Valley in good time, and to plan their journeys in advance, in order to avoid long queues when buying tickets and entering the ground. Searches will be taking place at the turnstiles due to heightened security in the capital at this time.