Charlton manager Chris Powell should have no fresh concerns when his Addicks side prepare to entertain Doncaster at the Valley in the rescheduled Sky Bet Championship fixture which was abandoned in August.
The 44-year-old boss could decide to shuffle his pack following Saturday's disheartening 1-0 loss at Queens Park Rangers with Yann Kermorgant and Richard Wood waiting patiently for their first starts since returning from injury.
Leon Cort will definitely miss out as the former Hull defender suffered a setback in his recovery from injury while Chris Solly (knee) will also be unavailable despite returning to light training.
The Addicks will be looking to avoid a repeat of the initial fixture when they found themselves 3-1 down at half-time before referee Lee Collins controversially called the game off following heavy rain.
Doncaster will be without the suspended Dean Furman.
Furman was sent off during the 2-1 home win over Yeovil on Friday night and the South Africa international midfielder will serve a one-match ban when Rovers travel to the capital.
Manager Paul Dickov is trying to bring a left-sided player in on loan ahead of the game. Captain Rob Jones (neck), fellow defenders James Husband (shoulder) and Yun Suk-Young and forward Harry Forrester (torn quad) remain out. Forrester has resumed training and Dickov hopes to have the summer signing back by mid-December.