Charlton will hope to have an almost fully-fit squad for the visit of Wycombe in Sky Bet League One on New Year’s Day.

The Addicks have not played since December 18 after a Covid-19 outbreak at the club and a number of injuries saw matches against AFC Wimbledon and Gillingham postponed.

Manager Johnnie Jackson said on Thursday that most players, including Akin Femewo, Conor Washington and Josh Davison (all coronavirus) would be back for the game.

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Centre-back Ryan Inniss, who had been sidelined for four months with a groin injury, came off the bench against Plymouth on December 18 and could be pushing for a start.

Speaking to the South London Press, Jackson, who took over from Nigel Adkins earlier on in the season, said: “It looks like we could have most of the lads that were missing back.

“We’re still waiting on a couple of the boys for the latter part of the week but we will be much healthier and in a better place than we were going into the two games that got called off.

“A couple went down ill straight after that [Plymouth match].

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"We should have a much cleaner bill of health.”

Wycombe could continue to be without manager Gareth Ainsworth for the trip to south-east London.

The Wanderers manager missed his side’s 1-0 defeat at Ipswich on Wednesday after testing positive for Covid-19.

If Ainsworth remains absent, Richard Dobson and Matt Bloomfield will continue to lead the team.

Wycombe have only played once since a 2-2 draw with AFC Wimbledon on December 11.

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In the eight previous meetings between the two clubs, Wanderers have only recorded two wins against the Addicks.

The first win was back in December 2006 at the Valley, when the Chairboys defeated Charlton in the quarter-finals of the League Cup when the London side were a Premier League outfit.

The second victory was back in September, as Wanderers defeated Charlton 2-1 at Adams Park.

Wycombe have never won a league match at the Valley in three visits and there has never been a draw in this fixture.