Barnsley are definitely without Martin Cranie and Kelvin Etuhu as well as long term casualties Rory Delap, Jim McNulty and Scott Golbourne.
Cranie has missed the last two matches with a hamstring injury and will sit out tomorrow’s match but should return for Tuesday night’s visit by Derby.
Etuhu limped off in the 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace last weekend, also with a hamstring problem and is likely to miss the next two games before returning for the final three matches of the season.
Jim O’Brien started in place of Etuhu at Cardiff on Tuesday and he battles with Tomasz Cywka, who had a hand in Stephen Foster’s equaliser in Wales, for a starting berth on the wing.
Last time out - Barnsley Team:
Head To Head
Last Six Barnsley v Charlton results:
20/10/12 Charlton 0-1 Barnsley (Championship)
21/2/09 Barnsley 0-0 Charlton (Championship)
1/11/08 Charlton 1-3 Barnsley (Championship)
26/4/08 Barnsley 3-0 Charlton (Championship)
6/10/07 Charlton 1-1 Barnsley (Championship)
4/12/99 Barnsley 1-1 Charlton (Division One)
Barnsley Wins: 15
Charlton Wins: 17
Barnsley Goals: 68
Charlton Goals: 63
Barnsley Wins: 13
Charlton Wins: 4
Barnsley Goals: 40
Charlton Goals: 15
First Met In League: Saturday 23rd November 1929. - Charlton 2-0 Barnsley
Biggest Win: Barnsley 7-1 Charlton Wednesday 10th September 1958.
Biggest Defeat: Charlton 4-0 Barnsley Thursday 18th September 1958.
Last Home Win: Barnsley (Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Lewin Nyatanga, Jon Macken) 3-0 Charlton Saturday 26th April 2008.
Last Away Win: Charlton 0-1 Barnsley (Tomasz Cywka), Saturday 20th October 2012.
Last Home Draw: Barnsley 0-0 Charlton, Saturday 21st February 2009.
Last Away Draw: Charlton (Zheng Zhi) 1-1 Barnsley (Kim Christensen), Saturday 6th October 2007.
Last Home Defeat: Barnsley (Andy Payton) 1-2 Charlton (John Robinson, Shaun Newton), Saturday 16th December 1995.
Last Away Defeat: Charlton (Clive Mendonca x3) 3-1 (Darren Barnard) Barnsley Saturday 7th August 1999.
Last Home Meeting:
Saturday 21st February 2009.
Barnsley 0-0 Charlton. ATT: 11,668.
Heinz Muller, Bobby Hassell, Darren Moore, Stephen Foster, Marciano Van Homoet, Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Andranik Teymourian, Hugo Colace, Anderson De Silva (Adam Hammill 67), Michael Mifsud, Daniel Bogdanovic (Jon Macken 67).
Unused Subs: Luke Steele, Dennis Sousa, Martin Devaney .
Charlton: Rob Elliott, Graeme Murty, Kelly Youga, Mark Hudson, Nicky Bailey, Therry Racon, Matthew Spring, Tom Soars, Chris Dickson, Tresor Kandol
Uused Subs: Darren Randolph, Jonjo Shelvey, Lloyd Sam, Matt Holland, Svetoslav Todorov.
Still at respective clubs:
Last six 2012-2013 results:
9/4/13 Cardiff 1-1 Barnsley (Championship)
6/4/13 Crystal Palace 0-0 Barnsley (Championship)
1/4/13 Barnsley 2–0 Leicester (Championship)
30/3/13 Sheffield Wednesday 2–1 Barnsley (Championship)
16/3/13 Barnsley 1-0 Watford (Championship)
12/3/13 Barnsley 2–1 Brighton (Championship)
W: 3 D: 2 L: 1 F: 7 A: 4 GD: +3 Points: 11
6/4/13 Charlton 2-1 Leeds (Championship)
2/4/13 Brighton 0-0 Charlton (Championship)
30/3/13 Charlton 3-2 Bolton (Championship)
16/3/13 Charlton 0-2 Millwall (Championship)
9/3/13 Huddersfield 0-1 Charlton (Championship)
5/3/13 Peterborough 2-2 Charlton (Championship)
W: 3 D: 2 L: 1 F: 8 A: 7 GD: +1 Points: 11
Barnsley are unbeaten in their last six matches with Charlton and have not lost to them at Oakwell for 18 years.
Victory for The Reds tomorrow will see them achieve a first ever league double over the Addicks.
They are also searching for a third successive clean sheet at Oakwell against Charlton.
Charlton’s last victory at Oakwell came back in December 1995 when goals from John Robinson and Shaun Newton sealed a 2-1 victory. Andy Payton replied for The Reds.
Charlton’s biggest victory against Barnsley came eight days after Barnsley’s biggest victory over Charlton, back in 1958.
Both sides have won 13 home meetings, whilst Charlton have won four at Oakwell, Barnsley two at the Valley. Incidentally, Barnsley’s two victories in London have come in their two most recent visits, including a 1-0 victory back in October.
Charlton have had a solid first season back in England’s second tier after three years in League One, and they sit in 12th position after winning 14 and losing 15 of their 41 matches.
Chris Powell’s side have lost just one of their last six matches and won three of the last five.
They are unbeaten in four on the road and have won eight away games in the league this season, a record only bettered by the division’s top three sides.
The Addicks have also conceded just 23 away goals this season. Only Leicester have let in less away goals, but the Foxes did concede two at Oakwell 11 days ago.
They have also kept clean sheets in three of their last five matches.
Tomorrow is their 1,800th away league fixture.
This is Barnsley’s third successive game against a side beginning with the letter C.
The Reds are hunting a fourth straight home win and an incredible eighth home victory in nine in all competitions.
Before this run they had won just two home matches all season.
Barnsley now have more points than they gained in the whole of 2011-2012, 49 to 48.
Avoid defeat tomorrow and they will hit the 50 point mark for the sixth time in seven seasons since returning to the Championship.
Victory tomorrow would be Barnsley’s ninth home league win of the season, equalling last season’s total.
A 1-0 victory would mean they have scored and conceded 24 at Oakwell this campaign. They have already scored two more goals home and away than they managed in the whole of 2011-2012.
On This Day:
Played: 24 Won: 12 Drawn: 2 Lost: 10 Scored: 32 Conceded: 25.
Last match on the 13th April: 2009. Barnsley (Bogdanovic) 1-3 Swansea. ATT: 11,788.
Last win: 1992
Last draw: 1957
Last defeat: 2009
STAT! Barnsley have lost their last four matches on this date. Prior to this they had won five out of six.
Played: 19 Won: 5 Drawn: 7 Lost: 7 Scored 22 Conceded 25.
Last match on the 13th April: 2010. Charlton (Forster) 1-0 Colchester. ATT: 17,427.
Last win: 2010
Last draw: 2009
Last defeat: 2001
STAT! – Charlton have won just one of their last four matches on this date (the most recent) and two of the last 12.
Friday 12th April 2013:
Leicester v Birmingham
Saturday 13th April 2013:
Leeds v Sheffield Wednesday
Blackburn v Derby
Blackpool v Burnley
Bristol City v Bolton
Cardiff v Nottingham Forest
Ipswich v Hull
Middlesbrough v Brighton
Peterborough v Watford
Wolves v Huddersfield