Teenage Charlton midfielder Conor Gallagher has scored three goals in seven appearances since joining on loan from Chelsea
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Wigan’s Josh Windass is struggling to shake off a calf problem, while fellow forward Anthony Pilkington is sidelined with a quad injury.

Neither Tom Pearce, who has a back injury, nor Gary Roberts is likely to be fit to push for recalls.

Charlton remain without top scorer Lyle Taylor, who picked up a knee injury on international duty with Montserrat.

Defender Jason Pearce is expected to be fit but Lewis Page (Achilles) and George Lapslie (hamstring) are out.

Match facts

  • Wigan and Charlton last met in League One in the 2017-18 season, with the Latics winning 3-0 away and drawing 0-0 at home on their way to promotion.
  • Charlton have won one of their five away league matches against Wigan (W1 D1 L3) – a 3-0 win in the Championship in February 2015.
  • Wigan Athletic have received more yellow cards than any other Championship side this season (20).
  • Charlton have not lost consecutive league matches in 2019 so far, last doing so in their final two games of 2018 against Coventry and Barnsley.
  • Wigan are winless in seven matches in all competitions (D2 L5) since winning their first league match of the season against Cardiff City.
  • Since the start of last season, Charlton have won 61% (W31 D10 L10) of the games when Lyle Taylor has played, compared to just 23% without him (W3 D5 L5).

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