Charlton Athletic are in decent form of late.
The Addicks have won three of their last five games, and they’ve got a great opportunity to make it back to back wins on Wednesday as they host Sheffield Wednesday at The Valley.
Garry Monk’s side have been in poor form recently, winning just one of their last 12 league games, and Lee Bowyer’s men have a real chance to pile on the misery.
A win here would see the London club move one step closer to safety, and here’s how we think they’ll be lining up for this one.
Despite winning 3-1 on Saturday, we expect Bowyer to make two changes for this one.
Unsurprisingly, Dillon Phillips remains in goal, but there is a change to the backline.
Adam Matthews and Alfie Doughty remain at full-back, but Jason Pearce has come in for Naby Sarr at centre-half to partner Tom Lockyer.
Bowyer used a narrow diamond in midfield last time out and it looks basically the same as it did against Luton, with Adedeji Oshilaja holding the fort at the base of the midfield behind David Davis and Josh Cullen.
Erhun Oztumer retains his spot in the number 10 role.
Meanwhile, Macauley Bonne comes in for Andre Green to partner Lyle Taylor after his impressive showing off the bench – the former Leyton Orient man assisted the Addicks’ third goal against the Hatters.
He’s also the Addicks’ second-top scorer in the Championship this season with eight goals.
In other news, one man showed what he’s all about on Saturday.