English League Championship
Charlton have doubts over Johann Gudmudsson and Chris Solly ahead of their home game against Nottingham Forest.
Midfielder Gudmudsson and right-back Solly both suffered muscular injuries during Saturday's 3-0 win over Huddersfield.
Teenage defender Joe Gomez will keep his place in the back four if Tal Ben Haim fails to recover from the injury which sidelined him at the weekend.
Captain Johnnie Jackson (leg) is still sidelined along with left-back Rhoys Wiggins (calf) and winger Franck Moussa (knee).
Watford should welcome back in-form striker Odion Ighalo when they host Fulham.
Ighalo, who has scored 14 goals in his last 10 league games, missed Saturday's 3-2 win at Leeds as a precaution due to a tight hamstring.
Adlene Guedioura is also set to be added to the squad after the midfielder rejoined Watford on loan from Crystal Palace on Friday.
Sean Murray remains the only injury absentee for the Hornets as he recovers from knee surgery.
Fulham frontman Hugo Rodellega should return from a leg injury...
Eddie Howe is likely to rotate his squad as he seeks to end Bournemouth's five-game winless run.
Matt Ritchie was rested for the goalless draw with Blackburn at the weekend and could return to the side in place of Marc Pugh.
Pugh took a knock to the knee during the game and is expected to recover, but he could be dropped to the bench to make way for the fresher Ritchie.
Dan Gosling (ankle) has suffered a setback in his recovery, and Eunan O'Kane is also a couple of weeks away from a return.
Jake Bidwell could return to Brentford's starting line-up for the visit of Huddersfield.
The defender completed a three-match suspension prior to Saturday's trip to Birmingham, but he started on the bench with manager Mark Warburton sticking with winger Stuart Dallas at left-back as the Bees slipped to a 1-0 defeat.
Fit-again Alan McCormack (ankle) and Alan Judge (knee) are also pushing for starts after coming on as substitutes at St Andrew's.
January signing Lewis Macleod is still awaiting his debut...