The Addicks hit the road on Sunday for their third game in seven days as they face Lewes in the FA Women’s Championship (2pm).
The fixture was originally due to be played on the opening weekend of the season, however Covid-19 within the Charlton Women camp meant the game had to be postponed.
Lewes currently sit eighth in the FA Women’s Championship, having won two games, lost two games and drawn one.
Simon Parker departed Lewes earlier this week after two years managing the club, with Craig Gill being appointed as the club’s interim Manager.
The Addicks sit fourth in the league, having won four games and lost one. A win for Karen Hills’ side on Sunday would take them top of the FA Women’s Championship, level on points with Durham.
Former Addick Shanell Salgado featured for Lewes in their midweek Continental Cup fixture against Crystal Palace and could feature against Charlton on Sunday.
Supporters can follow all the build-up to Sunday’s game on Charlton Athletic Women’s official Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
The Addicks are back at The Oakwood in Crayford on Sunday, October 31st when they host Sunderland. Click here to buy a ticket.