Forward Igor Vetokele will sit out Charlton’s Good Friday trip to Oxford United.
The Angolan international has picked up a minor knock so will be one of three changes that Lee Bowyer makes from the side that ended league leaders Luton’s 28-game unbeaten run last weekend.
Vetokele scored the Addicks’ second goal in the 3-1 win at The Valley on Saturday but is absent today – it’s believed that the club hope he will be available for selection against Scunthorpe United on Easter Monday.
The 27-year-old’s absence means that Bowyer is expected to opt for a 4-3-3 formation, with Ben Reeves coming in to play alongside top-scorer Lyle Taylor and Jonny Williams in the front line.
The other changes both come in the back-four. Captain Jason Pearce will start at centre-half in place of Naby Sarr, who drops to the bench. Chris Solly was due to also start on the side-lines but will now fill in at left-back as Ben Purrington has been sent home from the Kassam Stadium an hour-and-a-half before kick-off due to illness. Anfernee Dijksteel will start at right-back.
Youngster Albie Morgan is also amongst the substitutes, with out-of-favour Tariqe Fosu and Mark Marshall both not featuring in the matchday squad at all. The bench is a man short due to Purrington’s late withdrawal.
Charlton: Phillips, Dijksteel, Bauer, Pearce, Solly, Cullen, Bielik, Aribo, Reeves, Taylor, Williams. Subs: Maxwell, Parker, Pratley, Morgan, Sarr, Lapslie.