Charlton boss Lee Bowyer will have Wales international Tom Lockyer available once again for Tuesday night’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Huddersfield.
The defender collected his fifth booking of the season in the 3-1 home defeat by Sheffield Wednesday on November 30 and missed Saturday’s trip to Middlesbrough through suspension but is now back in the fold.
Striker Lyle Taylor made his first appearance since August at the Riverside Stadium after a 13-game absence with a knee injury, and Bowyer has hinted that he will get a chance to build upon the 45 minutes he got under his belt on Teesside.
Midfielder Erhun Oztumer is out with ankle ligament damage, while striker Chuks Aneke remains on the sidelines after suffering a fifth muscle injury since the summer.
Huddersfield manager Danny Cowley is hoping to have “one or two” players back from injury as he looks for a response to back-to-back defeats by Bristol City and Leeds.
However, he is remaining coy over the identities of those players.
Terence Kongolo and Adama Diakhaby, who missed out at the weekend, will be unavailable once again, while Danny Simpson (hip), Jaden Brown (ankle) Alex Pritchard (calf) and Fraizer Campbell (hip) will hope to be included.
On-loan Chelsea midfielder Trevoh Chalobah completes a three-match ban following his red card against Swansea.