Swindon boss John Sheridan could draft striker Tyler Smith back into the starting XI for the visit of Charlton as he looks to avoid a fifth straight League One defeat.
Town were beaten 2-1 at Doncaster on Tuesday night, where midfielder Diallang Jaiyesimi had been pushed further forwards before Sheffield United loanee Smith made a late cameo.
Midfielder Anthony Grant was rested and could be back in contention to start.
Striker Brett Pitman is also available again after a hamstring problem should Sheridan look to freshen up the attack.
Charlton have no fresh injury concerns, with their midweek home fixture against Bristol Rovers having been postponed following confirmed Covid-19 cases in the opposition’s first-team squad and staff.
Midfielder Andrew Shinnie continues to recover from a thigh problem which has sidelined him since the start of December.
Albie Morgan is set to return to training on Monday following a period of self-isolation after a family member tested positive for coronavirus.
Forward Alfie Doughty (hamstring), Ryan Inniss (quad) and defender Akin Famewo (ankle) all continue their rehabilitation.