Jonathan Hogg is an injury concern for Huddersfield’s crucial home clash with Sky Bet Championship relegation rivals Charlton.
The midfielder has problems with his Achilles and knee following the midweek win against Bristol City and will be assessed.
Hogg was replaced after 33 minutes on Tuesday night by Trevoh Chalobah, who also suffered a knock but is expected to be fit for the weekend.
Alex Pritchard and Collin Quaner have resumed training after long absences and are available again, with Pritchard an unused substitute for the last two matches. Tommy Elphick (knee) remains a long-term absentee.
Charlton’s problems continue to mount, with Tom Lockyer now suspended for two games. The defender was booked for the 10th time this season during the stoppage-time defeat to Sheffield Wednesday in midweek.
Naby Sarr was absent at Hillsborough with a tight calf and the centre-back will be monitored ahead of another trip to Yorkshire.
Addicks boss Lee Bowyer already has limited options following injuries to midfielders Darren Pratley (back) and Jonny Williams (ankle), while Sam Field, Lewis Page and Jonathan Leko are also out.
Charlton head into the match above Huddersfield on goal difference, with both sides just two points above the relegation zone.