Macauley Bonne makes his return to the starting XI for tonight's fixture against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
The striker is one of two changes to the side which beat Luton Town 3-1 at the weekend with Jason Pearce also making the cut to start as Naby Sarr misses out with a tight calf.
Bonne made it on for the final 10 minutes of the victory over the Hatters and gets the nod to begin tonight for the first time since the Addicks played Derby County back in December following a spell on the sidelines with injury. He takes the place of Andre Green who moves to the bench.
Ben Purrington also returns to the squad, starting the night on the bench, and will be joined by Ben Amos, Aiden McGeady, Matt Smith, Tomer Hemed, George Lapslie and Andre Green.
It means the Addicks may well line-up in a 3-5-2 formation with Tom Lockyer, Deji Oshilaja and Pearce making up the back three in front of Dillon Phillips.
Adam Matthews and Alfie Doughty will likely operate as wing backs with Josh Cullen, David Davis and Erhun Oztumer in midfield behind the front two of Bonne and Saturday's two-goal hero Lyle Taylor.
If Lee Bowyer opts to play the diamond formation then Oshilaja would move into the defensive midfield role.
Charlton: Phillips; Lockyer, Oshilaja, Pearce; Matthews, Cullen, Oztumer, Davis, Doughty; Taylor, Bonne
Substitutes: Amos, Purrington, McGeady, Smith, Lapslie, Green, Hemed