Accrington will check striker Josh Woods and defender Jay Rich-Baghuelou ahead of the Sky Bet League One game against Charlton at Wham Stadium.
Woods, 21, made his first league start in the 4-0 defeat at Portsmouth but picked up a foot problem, while Rich-Baghuelou (knee) also faces a late fitness test.
Defender Mitch Clark is in the midst of a three-game ban following a red card against Wycombe last month, so Yeboah Amankwah could once again come on as a substitute.
Harry Pell, Tommy Leigh and Rosarie Longelo are all options for Stanley boss John Coleman, but midfielder John O’Sullivan is still recovering from an ankle injury.
Charlton boss Johnnie Jackson will be looking to build on the goalless draw against Sunderland, which ended a five-game losing streak.
Jackson made four changes to the starting XI, with January signing Scott Fraser making his first start in midfield.
Defender Jason Pearce, Diallang Jaiyesimi and striker Jayden Stockley also came into the squad against the Black Cats, with midfielder Alex Gilbey and loanee Birmingham frontman Jonathan Leko other options on the bench.
Forward Conor Washington, out since early February with a muscle injury, continues to be assessed, while goalkeeper Stephen Henderson (calf) is also continuing his own rehabilitation.
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