Karl Robinson rings the changes for tonight’s game at Blackpool, as his Charlton side look to bounce back from consecutive defeats.
The Addicks chief makes a total of four adjustments to the side beaten heavily at Peterborough on Saturday – giving Wolves loanee Michal Zyro his first start in a Charlton shirt in the process – as Lewis Page returns from a year out injured.
25-year-old Polish striker Zyro is making his first competitive start since an EFL Cup game for his parent club back in September, in a move that sees Josh Magennis revert to the wing. Crystal Palace loanee Sullay Kaikai misses out through injury.
Page features for the first time since a 1-1 draw with Bradford City in March 2017, with Naby Sarr dropping to the bench after filling in at the left-back role at London Road over the weekend.
Patrick Bauer returns to the starting line-up and will partner Jason Pearce at the centre of defence. Ezri Konsa will move into defensive midfield, with captain Johnnie Jackson amongst the substitutes.
Finally, Joe Aribo is also benched – Ben Reeves comes in and is also expected to feature on the wing, with Tariqe Fosu in the number ten role.
Charlton: Amos, Solly, Pearce, Bauer, Page, Forster-Caskey, Konsa, Reeves, Fosu, Magennis, Zyro. Subs: Maynard-Brewer, Jackson, Marshall, Ajose, Aribo, Sarr, Lennon.