Charlton face a promotion six-pointer on Saturday afternoon when they head to the Keepmoat Stadium to take on play-off rivals Doncaster Rovers.
The Addicks are fifth in Sky Bet League One, with Rovers sitting one place behind them in sixth. Charlton hold a five-point advantage over Saturday’s opponents but, importantly, Donny have a match in hand, due to their impressive run in the FA Cup this season.
Rovers had been in good form of late but have slipped up in their last two games, drawing with Scunthorpe United last weekend and losing at Shrewsbury Town in midweek.
A win for Lee Bowyer’s Charlton – who beat AFC Wimbledon on Saturday – will move them eight points clear of Doncaster and would also edge them closer to securing a play-off place.
Charlton will be able to call upon Krystian Bielik again, with the Arsenal loanee having completed his two-match suspension.
Josh Parker could also return after recovering from illness and Jason Pearce is again likely to be involved. Youngster Albie Morgan is set to play for the Addicks’ U23s on Friday and Jake Forster-Caskey and Lewis Page remain sidelined.
For Doncaster, Joe Wright is out with an ankle injury.
Charlton Manager Lee Bowyer: "We’re still pushing for top two. Teams have been dropping points and there will be more points dropped before the end of the season. It’s in the top two’s hands, but if they slip, I want us to be in a position to take advantage."
Doncaster Manager Grant McCann: "They’ve been up and around the top six just like we have all season, Lee Bowyer has a very good side there, but it’s all about us and what we do, we have to make sure we have a positive reaction to recent results."
Charlton and Doncaster have met 12 times in the past, with two of those games coming earlier this season.
The Addicks have won seven of the previous match-ups, with Donny winning on four occasions.
Charlton beat Rovers 2-0 at The Valley in Sky Bet League One earlier this season and highlights of the game are available to watch on Valley Pass.
Ben Toner will take charge of Saturday’s clash at the Keepmoat Stadium.
So far this season, he has overseen 28 matches – most of which have been in League One and League Two – where he has brandished 81 yellow cards and five red cards
Toner officiated the Addicks earlier this season, for October’s home game against Coventry City
On Saturday, he will be supported by assistant referees Graeme Fyvie and Alan Clayton and fourth official Sebastian Stockbridge.
Around 1,000 Addicks had snapped up tickets for the game, by the time tickets went off sale from The Valley on Thursday afternoon.
Tickets will be on sale from Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday. They can be purchased from the away-end ticket office and will not be subject to a price increase.
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 - presented by ITRM - 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.