Charlton is again expected to be without defender Chris Solly after he suffered a head injury during their game at Barnsley and will continue to be monitored under concussion protocol.
Midfielder Beram Kayal (groin) and left-back Lewis Page (hamstring) continue their recoveries.
Brentford boss Thomas Frank may freshen up his side with Josh Da Silva and Said Benrahma in contention.
It will be the fifth game of the preseason, the third for the Romanian team.
In the previous matches the team beat Algeciras CF and drew 0-0 against Kilmarnock FC.
In this occasion they will face to Charlton Athletic FC, a team of the Championship (second division of English football).
Charlton Athletic vs Leyton Orient in the fifth championship clash
When taking everything into account, Charlton Athletic may find it difficult to be putting a goal past this Brentford side who we think should do enough to score at the other end and edge ahead.
We’re therefore tipping a very competitive game with a 0-1 victory for Brentford when the referee blows for full-time.
We’ll see what happens. Our full set of predictions, statistics and match poll for Charlton Athletic v Brentford can be seen below – along with the latest match odds.
Charlton Athletic midfielder Joe Aribo is set to be the latest English youngster to develop his career in Germany.
The 22-year-old has six months left on his contract at the Valley and is free to negotiate a pre-contract agreement with foreign clubs next month.
Frankfurt and Benfica are at the front of the queue to sign the youngster,
who has been one of the stars of Charlton’s season so far, with Lee Bowyer’s team currently fifth in League One.
Team News of Charlton Athletic vs Leyton Orient
The Addicks’ current owner, Roland Duchatelet, is trying to sell the club – but recent takeover talks with Mehmet Dalman broke down earlier this week
Former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan has revealed exclusively to talkSPORT he can be involved in a potential takeover of Charlton Athletic.
The Addicks, who won promotion to the Championship last season via the League One play-offs, are currently owned by the widely loathed Roland Duchatelet, who hopes to sell the club.
However, Duchatelet’s decision to raise his asking price following the club’s promotion has led to a breakdown in talks with one keen buyer, Mehmet Dalman.
The Cardiff chairman had been in discussions with the under-fire Belgian, but walked away from talks earlier this week after being frustrated during his attempts to agree a deal.
There are said to be a number of parties still interested in the south London outfit, however, with a consortium led by Australian businessman Andrew Muir and Gerard Murphy backed by multiple investors considering a possible purchase.
And one of those parties appear to have offered Jordan the chance to get involved in a takeover,
with the ex-Eagles chief revealing on Wednesday he can own a percentage of Charlton if he so wishes.
How To Watch Charlton Athletic vs Leyton Orient
The game starts at 3pm (6pm BST) and fans will be able to follow the action via the club’s usual social media channels as well
as watch highlights on the club’s video subscription service Valley Pass, which costs just £6.50 per month.
H2H Charlton Athletic vs Leyton Orient
Charlton and Brentford have not met at The Valley in the Championship since October 2015, with the Bees winning 3-0.
Brentford are looking to secure consecutive away league wins at Charlton for the first time.
Charlton have won eight points from their opening four league games in each of their last three appearances in the second tier but went on to be relegated in their previous campaign at this level in 2015-16.
Brentford registered just 29.5% possession and attempted only five shots against Leeds in midweek; both their lowest totals in a Championship game since getting promoted in 2014.
Lyle Taylor, who has netted four goals from seven shots on target this season, has scored 26 league and play-off goals since August 2018; 12 more than any other Charlton player.
Brentford have scored a league-low two goals in 2019-20; with their tally of two goals from their opening four league games their lowest total at this level since 1947-48.
Charlton Athletic vs Leyton Orient
Papa John’s Trophy Southern Group G.
7:00pm, Tuesday 10th November 2020.