Kyel Reid and Lee Martin have been passed fit for Charlton's home game against Notts County.

Winger Reid this week saw a specialist about his ongoing hamstring problem and was given the all-clear to play, while Ipswich loanee Martin has shaken off the knock he sustained against Exeter last weekend.

Former County defender Johnnie Jackson is pushing for a recall to the starting line-up after an Achilles problem, while striker Akpo Sodje has shown no ill-effects from the head injury he suffered at St James Park.

Skipper Christian Dailly had an operation on his fractured eye socket on Wednesday and will be out for a month.

Gary Doherty and Miguel Llera started at the back against Exeter in Dailly's absence, but boss Phil Parkinson may make changes following the 1-0 defeat.

Jonathan Fortune, who recently re-signed for the Addicks as a free agent, could be in line for his second debut.

Notts County manager Craig Short could name an unchanged side for the first time this season.

Last season`s top scorer Lee Hughes celebrated his return from a groin injury with a goal in the 4-0 demolition of Yeovil and is expected to keep his place in the starting line-up.

The only doubts are striker Karl Hawley (leg) and defender Stephen Hunt, who was left out of the squad last weekend after sustaining a hamstring injury in training.

Luke Rodgers has yet to feature this campaign following a pre-season ankle operation but the striker is expected to resume training in the next few weeks.

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