Brendan Moloney and Luke Williams could return for Northampton against Charlton
Brendan Moloney and Luke Williams could both come back into Northampton's matchday squad for the visit of Charlton on Saturday.
Moloney was touted for a return to action in their midweek game against Oldham having been out since undergoing knee surgery in November. He missed that game but should feature this weekend.
Meanwhile on-loan forward Williams could also be in contention after recovering from the knee injury he sustained in the defeat at Walsall this month.
Striker Alex Revell (calf) remains sidelined but there were no fresh injury concerns from Tuesday's defeat by Oldham.
Charlton expected their defence to be strengthened by the return of Patrick Bauer, following concussion.
His inclusion is particularly important given Chris Solly's suspension, and that Jason Pearce is not expected to return from his groin injury until towards the end of March.
Harry Lennon, because of a groin injury, remains four weeks away from a first-team return.
Adam Chicksen, meanwhile, has returned to training but is short of match fitness.