Charlton take on Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday night and Lee Bowyer will be hoping his side can pick up where they left off after a 3-1 victory over struggling Luton Town.
The Addicks can also take some comfort from Wednesday's rough patch of form which has seen them only pick up one win in their last eight league fixtures, seeing them plummet from sixth down to 12th in the table.
Charlton's injury concerns have reduced in recent weeks, but Bowyer is likely to still be without Jonny Williams and Darren Pratley. Jake Forster-Caskey has returned to training, but the midweek trip may come too soon for the midfielder, while Lewis Page and Sam Field still remains sidelined for the Addicks.
Sheffield Wednesday are unlikely to involve Steven Fletcher from the off, with Garry Monk stating that he is still yet to be fully fit. The same applies to former Charlton product Morgan Fox who could well join him on the bench. They will, however, be without Adam Reach, Massimo Luongo and Moses Odubajo.
Charlton Boss Lee Bowyer: "It’s going to be tough. Hillsborough is a tough place to go and play. Now the most important thing is the preparation. We’ve got to turn up on Wednesday night and make sure we’re ready."
Sheffield Wednesday Boss Garry Monk: “We work on the defensive shape all the time. Nothing has changed, you can’t go from the third best defensive record to what we have now. It’s not so bad in the league, but it’s not where it should be."
The Addicks and the Owls have faced off on 57 occasions, with Charlton winning 20, drawing 15 and losing 22. Wednesday were the victors the last time the two teams met earlier in the season, running out as 3-1 winners at The Valley.
The last time Charlton walked away from Hillsborough with all three points was back in April 2014 when the Londoners edged a thrilling 3-2 contest. Adthe Nuhiu and Chris Maguire gave the Owls a 2-0 lead but a brilliant individual performance from Marvin Sordell saw the striker bag a hat-trick as Charlton came from behind to head home victorious.
Oliver Langford will be the man in the middle on Wednesday night. Langford has dished out 97 yellow and four red cards in 25 games this season.
He last officiated a Charlton game last August when the Addicks were held to a 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest at The Valley. Akil Howson and Mark Russell will be the Assistant referees while Mark Dwyer will be the Fourth Official.
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Supporters can follow all the build-up to the game on Charlton's official Instagram account, official Twitter account and Facebook page.
Live audio commentary of the game from Charlton commentators Terry Smith and Nathan Muller will be available on Valley Pass in all countries.
Domestic fans can watch the game for £10 on Valley Pass, which is the minimum price clubs are allowed to charge for midweek fixtures by the EFL.
International fans can watch the game with a Match Pass which costs £5.
The game is also available to watch via the red button on Sky Sports Football.