Charlton manager Phil Parkinson has a few injury concerns ahead of the home match against Yeovil.
Winger Scott Wagstaff had to go off at half-time in Tuesday night’s FA Cup replay win against Barnet with a dead leg while defender Jonathan Fortune was replaced after an hour as he was struggling with a stomach bug.
Both will be checked over along with forward Joe Anyinsah, who missed the match with a groin strain and remains doubtful.
Widemen Johnnie Jackson and Kyel Reid were suffering with cramp towards the end but should be fine.
Jose Semedo is back from a one-match ban and fellow midfielder Lee Martin returns to the squad having been ineligible to play in the cup under the terms of his loan from Ipswich.
Striker Paul Benson, a second-half substitute against the Bees, should be restored to the starting line-up.
Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton may hand Adam Phillips his debut against Charlton.
Phillips has bolstered the Glovers’ attacking options after joining on a month’s loan from Chelsea and is in contention to start up front.
Skiverton has a fully fit squad to choose from and could also give Luke Freeman a start after he scored on reserve duty in midweek while Gavin Williams has fully recovered from an ankle injury and may be recalled.
JP Kalala has missed training all week due to his call-up to the DR Congo squad but should return in time to play.
Craig Alcock made his first steps to recovery from a back problem this week playing in a reserve-team game against Reading but is still some way off full fitness.
Yeovil have gone five league games without a win, losing four of them and have dropped to second from bottom in League One.