Charlton will be looking to bounce back from Friday's derby defeat as they head to Griffin Park for the very last time to take on Brentford (6pm).
The early-evening kick-off will see Lee Bowyer's men take on the promotion-chasing Bees hoping to consolidate their position away from the drop-zone. The Addicks currently sit in 19th position, two points clear from the bottom three, although Wigan Athletic's pending points deduction effectively mean Charlton have a five-point gap
Brentford, meanwhile go into the game in good form with four wins from four since the restart, with four clean sheets, putting themselves five points behind second place.
Bowyer has no new injury concerns going into the game at Griffin Park, with Lewis Page remaining the only absentee, although he may well use his squad to shuffle his pack with the influx of games.
For Brentford, Shandon Baptiste is a doubt after being withdrawn in Saturday's win over Wigan, while Mathias Jensen is the Bees' only other injury concern having sat out of their last two games.
Charlton Boss Lee Bowyer: "They are a very, very good side. I would now put them up there alongside Leeds. You can see why they are pushing for the top two spaces. It’s going to be a tough game for us and we're going to have to be at it."
Brentford boss Thomas Frank: "It’s not that I don’t have any dreams, of course I have that, but I need to stay focused. Now I can only focus on making sure that when the lads come in they know what we need them to do to prepare for Charlton.
Tuesday evening will be Charlton 25th and final visit to Griffin Park before Brentford move to their new state-of-the art stadium down the road next season.
The Addicks and the Bees have met a total of 51 times in all competitions with Charlton winning 26, Brentford 16 and the remaining nine games ending in draws.
The reverse fixture saw the Addicks claim a 1-0 victory at The Valley back in August thanks to Conor Gallagher's goal. Meanwhile, Charlton are unbeaten in their last three trips to Griffin Park, the last ending in a 2-1 victory in March 2016 with Callum Harriott striking twice.
John Brooks will be the man in the middle on Tuesday evening. He has refereed 29 games this term, dishing out 101 yellow cards and just one red.
He has taken charge of the Addicks on two occasions this season - the 1-0 victory over Leeds United at The Valley in September and the 2-1 home win over Barnsley in February.
All of the remaining games of the 2019/20 season are being played behind closed doors and supporters are reminded to maintain social distancing guidelines and to stay away from stadiums when matches are taking place.
Supporters can follow all the build-up to the game on Charlton's official Instagram account, official Twitter account and Facebook page as usual. Supporters both in the UK and abroad are able to watch the game live on Valley Pass which includes a multi-camera broadcast, action replays and commentary from Terry Smith and Greg Stubley, the club's in-house commentary team.
Supporters who live abroad will be able to watch the game for the usual price of £5, while supporters in the UK and Ireland can purchase a game pass for £10 which is the minimum the club are allowed to charge due to EFL regulations.
Supporters who have already purchased a multi-game package will have been sent a code to access Tuesday's game.
Supporters who are yet to purchase a pass for Tuesday's game can do here.
Meanwhile, live audio commentary of the game from Smith and Stubley will be available to Valley Pass subscribers in all countries as usual.
Fans who have any problems setting up the streaming can read this for help.