Ben Hamer and Rhoys Wiggins could return to the Charlton squad for the visit of QPR.
Goalkeeper Hamer has recovered from the ankle injury which has restricted him to just one appearance since November and will be challenging January signing Yohann Thuram-Ulien for his place between the posts.
Left-back Wiggins is also on the mend after suffering a hamstring injury against Wigan at the start of the month, but fellow defenders Chris Solly and Leon Cort will once again miss out due to long-term knee injuries.
The Addicks are in the bottom three having lost their last four matches and not picked up a point since New Year's Day.
Ravel Morrison is set to make his QPR debut at The Valley.
The Hoops signed Morrison on Wednesday on a 93-day loan deal from Premier League side West Ham and the midfielder is expected to start at the Valley in the absence of Joey Barton, who begins a two-match ban after collecting his 10th yellow card of the season during the home defeat to Reading last weekend.
Matty Phillips (ankle), Danny Simpson (back), Charlie Austin (shoulder) and Alejandro Faurlin (cruciate) all remain on the sidelines.
Yossi Benayoun is fit again after a groin injury as Harry Redknapp's out-of-sorts side looks to get its automatic promotion tilt back on track following successive defeats.