Wigan boss Paul Cook has suffered more frustration on the injury front ahead of his side’s clash with Charlton.
The attacking pair of Josh Windass and Anthony Pilkington have both suffered fresh setbacks and are set to be out for a few more weeks.
Windass is struggling to shake off a calf injury sustained against Preston last month, while Pilkington has not featured since the opening game of the season.
Neither Tom Pearce, who has a back injury, nor Gary Roberts is likely to be fit to push for recalls.
Charlton are still without the Sky Bet Championship’s joint-top goalscorer Lyle Taylor due to a knee injury.
However, while Taylor faces a number of weeks on the sidelines, fears he may require surgery have proved unfounded.
George Lapslie is ruled out for the Addicks after picking up a hamstring injury in training on Tuesday.
Long-term absentee Lewis Page suffered a setback this week in his battle to recover from an Achilles problem.