Charlton have a host of new injury worries ahead of the visit of MK Dons.
Winger Kyel Reid suffered a dead leg during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Dagenham and striker Joe Anyinsah was also substituted with a back strain.
Midfielder Alan McCormack and forward Pawel Abbott were missing from the squad at the weekend with calf injuries and remain doubtful.
Skipper Christian Dailly is due to resume training this week following a fractured eye socket but will not be available.
Goalkeeper Rob Elliot is still missing with a chipped elbow, right-back Chris Solly is a doubt with an ankle problem and left-back Kelly Youga is not fully fit following a long-term knee injury.
MK Dons are again set to be without four key players for the trip to Charlton.
On-loan QPR forward Angelo Balanta missed the 2-1 defeat at Peterborough on Saturday with a hamstring injury and he will again miss out so Aaron Wilbraham or Jabo Ibehre should start in a front three alongside Jermaine Easter and Lewis Guy.
Defender Sean O’Hanlon is out with a knock and is a doubt to feature so summer signing Gary Mackenzie will keep his place after making his league debut at London Road after shaking off a summer injury.
Striker Sam Baldock is out with an ankle injury so younger brother George could be on the bench again as manager Karl Robinson is short on numbers.
Midfielder Stephen Gleeson rounds out the injury list as he continues to struggle with a back muscle problem.