Charlton manager Lee Bowyer will assess Lyle Taylor ahead of his side’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Cardiff at the Valley on Saturday.
Taylor’s return from a knee injury he sustained in September suffered a setback but he has returned to training and Bowyer said the striker could feature.
The Addicks manager has no new injury concerns after the international break.
Chuks Aneke had been out with a groin problem but could return, as could Adam Matthews.
Neil Harris will take charge of Cardiff for the first time and expects to have captain Sean Morrison available.
Harris, who replaced Neil Warnock as Bluebirds boss on November 16, said centre-back Morrison has trained all week as he recovers from a fractured wrist.
Striker Robert Glatzel faces a late fitness test on a hamstring issue, while midfielder Joe Ralls will also be assessed because of an ongoing groin problem.
Danny Ward is unavailable as he serves the second game of a three-match ban following his red card against Birmingham. Fellow forward Isaac Vassell (thigh) remains out.