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Charlton manager Chris Powell admits his squad is being stretched to the limit by injuries for Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Nottingham Forest at the Valley.
The Addicks were without skipper Johnnie Jackson and defenders Chris Solly and Leon Cort in the 3-0 defeat at Burnley on Saturday.
They also lost midfielder Bradley Pritchard to concussion, while top scorer Yann Kermorgant had to come off the bench despite carrying an ankle injury.
It leaves Powell with limited resources as Charlton attempt to bounce back from three straight defeats against Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night.
"Yann's not fully fit. I have to be careful with him," said Powell.
"We won't be seeing Chris Solly in the immediate future, Leon Cort's on his way back but I think we are looking at maybe after the international break and we also lost Johnnie Jackson to a training ground injury.
"He was nowhere near fit, and I very much doubt he will be fit for Tuesday. Then I had to take Bradley Pritchard off at half-time as he was suffering from concussion.
"So already we are without three major players and we just don't have the depth of squad here."
Guy Moussi will be assessed before Nottingham Forest travel to Charlton.
A groin strain forced Moussi off after just 16 minutes of the 1-0 victory over East Midlands rivals Derby at the City Ground on Saturday.
Fellow midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah, defender Kelvin Wilson and forward Jamie Paterson will also be checked on before the Reds make the journey to London after missing out against the Rams.
Chalobah, on loan from Chelsea, was denied his home debut after sustaining a knock in training. Wilson has now missed three matches with the back injury he suffered during the 2-2 home draw with Middlesbrough and Paterson was absent through illness.