Wiggins begins spell on sidelines
Charlton will be without defender Rhoys Wiggins for the trip to Derby.
The left-back fractured two metatarsals during the opening stages of Friday night's 1-0 defeat by south London rivals Crystal Palace and could be out for two months.
Lawrie Wilson came on for Wiggins against Palace and went to right-back with Chris Solly moving to the opposite flank, but boss Chris Powell could opt to recall specialist left-back Cedric Evina at Pride Park.
Centre-half Matt Taylor is also out with a foot injury and midfielder Andy Hughes remains sidelined by an Achilles problem, although he is back in training.
Striker Ricardo Fuller is pushing to make his full debut after two appearances as a substitute since joining from Barclays Premier League club Stoke.