Aiden McGeady will return to the Charlton starting lineup for this evening's season finale against Leeds United.
The Irish international is the only change Lee Bowyer has made to the side that drew with Wigan Athletic at the weekend.
Jake Forster-Caskey, who was substituted at half-time in that game with a minor injury, misses out.
The Addicks sit outside the relegation zone, knowing a win guarentees a place in the Sky Bet Championship next season. If Charlton don't win then the club's immediate future will be determined by the results of team's around them in the table.
The team selected means Tom Lockyer, skipper Jason Pearce and Naby Sarr will likely start as a back three in front of Dillon Phillips.
Adam Matthews and Alfie Doughty, who combined brilliantly for the Charlton opener on Saturday, will operate as wing backs.
Josh Cullen and Sam Field will partner in centre midfield, with McGeady maybe likely to have more license to get forward behind the front two of Josh Davison and Macauley Bonne.
The bench combines youth and experience with Ben Amos, Ben Purrington, Deji Oshilaja, Jonny Williams, Chuks Aneke, Andre Green and Tomer Hemed joined by academy graduates Albie Morgan and George Lapslie.
Charlton: Phillips; Lockyer, Pearce (C), Sarr; Matthews, Cullen, Field, McGeady, Doughty; Davison, Bonne
Substitutes: Amos, Oshilaja, Purrington, Lapslie, Morgan, Williams, Green, Aneke, Hemed