Matty Taylor back to boost Bristol Rovers
Top scorer Matty Taylor is available for Bristol Rovers' Sky Bet League One home game with Charlton, despite picking up a fifth booking of the season on Saturday.
Taylor would normally serve an automatic one-game ban for collecting five yellow cards, but one of those cautions came in the Checkatrade Trophy defeat to Reading and only counts in that competition.
The 14-goal Taylor came off the bench in the goalless draw with MK Dons at the weekend as Rovers boss Darrell Clarke took into account the exertions of the extra-time FA Cup victory over Crawley a few days earlier.
But Taylor, fellow striker Rory Gaffney, midfielder Chris Lines and winger Billy Bodin - if fully recovered after illness - could all return to the starting line-up against the Addicks.
Charlton will check on defender Chris Solly, who missed Saturday's 2-0 win over Port Vale with a knee problem and remains doubtful.
Winger Ricky Holmes misses out again with the foot injury he suffered against Scunthorpe set to keep him out for a couple of months.
Midfielder Ahmed Kashi remains a long-term absentee with an Achilles injury.
Caretaker boss Kevin Nugent will be in charge once again while the club look for a new manager, and he could name an unchanged side.