Duo in Addicks frame
Reza Ghoochanneijhad and Jon Obika could return to the Charlton line-up for the crucial clash with Yeovil.
The strike duo started Saturday's 1-0 defeat by Reading on the bench with boss Jose Riga admitting he picked his side with one eye on Tuesday night's relegation six-pointer.
Defenders Leon Cort and Chris Solly remain the only injury absentees.
Centre-half Cort recently recovered from the knee injury which has sidelined him all season only to suffer a hamstring strain playing for the reserves, and right-back Solly is still building up his fitness after a knee problem.
Yeovil will assess Marek Stech before naming their team.
The former West Ham shotstopper stayed in Somerset last weekend under doctor's orders having been ill so Chris Dunn deputised for the 2-1 win at Blackpool and will keep his place if Stech does not recover.
The Glovers, who know victory at The Valley would see them draw level on points with Addicks, received a welcome boost on Saturday when Spanish midfielder Ruben Palazuelos played the final 10 minutes against Barry Ferguson's men having recovered from a hamstring injury.
And with Ishmael Miller having returned to Nottingham Forest, Manchester United loanee Tom Lawrence could partner James Hayter upfront for the second successive game having previously only occupied midfield positions for Gary Johnson since being borrowed from Old Trafford.