Johnnie Jackson set for what could be final Charlton outing
Johnnie Jackson will lead Charlton out against Swindon in what could be his last game for the club.
The 34-year-old is set to take up a coaching role at the Valley in the summer and, although he has not announced his retirement, the former Tottenham trainee could decide to hang up his boots.
Jackson has made over 250 appearances for the Addicks since arriving in 2010, scoring 55 goals.
Manager Karl Robinson is waiting on the fitness of right-back Chris Solly, who has missed the last two games.
Swindon's relegation was confirmed with defeat at home to Scunthorpe last time out.
Defender Nathan Thompson was deemed not fit enough for that game due to a heel injury but will be pushing for a return for the last game of the campaign.
Jamie Sendles-White (knee) remains a long-term injury absentee but no one else is missing for the Robins.
Head coach Luke Williams could opt to blood a few squad players or youngsters given Swindon are already down.