Charlton Manager Lee Bowyer has made two changes from the side that drew with Queens Park Rangers at the weekend.
Deji Oshilaja and Albie Morgan return to the starting line-up for today's game against Bristol City at The Valley. They take the place of Ben Purrington, who moves to the bench, and the injured Jonathan Leko.
It means the Addicks are likely to start in the 3-5-2 that they successfully switched to against QPR.
If it is that formation, ever-present Dillon Phillips will start in goal behind a back three of Tom Lockyer, Oshilaja and today’s programme cover star Naby Sarr.
Adam Matthews and the impressive Alfie Doughty will likely operate as wing backs with Darren Pratley, Albie Morgan and Conor Gallagher making up the midfield.
Lyle Taylor, who scored in his return to the starting line-up on Saturday, will partner Macauley Bonne up front.
The presence of Oshilaja means the Addicks can move into a 4-diamond-2 formation if Bowyer sees fit.
Ashley Maynard-Brewer, Jason Pearce, Chris Solly, Joe Ledley, Josh Davison and Ben Dempsey join Ben Purrington on the bench.
Charlton are still without 10 injured first team players: Ben Amos, Lewis Page, Jake Forster-Caskey, Josh Cullen, Sam Field, Beram Kayal, Erhun Oztumer, Chuks Aneke, Tomer Hemed and the aforementioned Leko.
Charlton: Phillips; Lockyer, Oshilaja, Sarr; Matthews, Pratley (C), Morgan, Gallagher, Doughty; Taylor Bonne
Substitutes: Maynard-Brewer, Solly, Pearce, Purrington, Ledley, Dempsey, Davison