Charlton Athletic starting XI: Henderson; Gomez,, Bikey-Amougou, Ben Haim, Wiggins; Wilson, Buyens, Jackson, Cousins; Tucudean, Vetokele.
Subs: Pope, Morrison, Bulot, Moussa, Harriott, Church, Fox.
Wolverhampton Wanderers starting XI: Ikeme; Doherty, Batth, Stearman, Golbourne; McDonald, Evans, Saville; Sako, Henry; Clarke
Subs: McCarey, Edwards, Rowe, van La Parra, Ricketts, Jacobs, Dicko
Charlton Athletic and Wolverhampton Wanderers will both look to build on impressive starts to the season as they face each other tonight.
Charlton made the decision to replace Jose Riga with his compatriot Bob Peeters this summer, and so far, it looks like an inspired decision. The Addicks infused their squad with a number of foreign players this summer, as the likes of Tal Ben Haim, Andre Bikey, Franck Moussa, Johann Berg Gudmunsson, George Tucudean and Igor Vetokele all arrived, and after three wins and three draws, the Addicks are in great form.
Last season's League One champions have impressed upon their return to the second tier, winning four of their six games - including victories over the relegated sides Cardiff CIty, Fulham and Norwich City. Bakary Sako and Nouha Dicko have continued to be dangerous players in attack for Jackett's side, but Dicko has been left out tonight as Leon Clarke leads the line on his own.
Two former Premier League sides who have made a great start go head to head, and with just one defeat between them this term, it promises to be a close encounter at the Valley.