Charlton, meanwhile, have failed to build on their impressive start to the campaign, and they arrive at Ewood Park without success in three outings.
Blackburn remain without a win in their opening seven Championship contests, but for the first time since the start of August, boss Gary Bowyer can be optimistic about the performances being produced by his side.
Only one point has been recorded in two visits to London in games against Fulham and Queens Park Rangers but their displays have been encouraging and on another week, they would have had four points to their name.
Officials wrongly chalked off a goal at Craven Cottage last Sunday, while they twice let slip a lead at Loftus Road, and it is that kind of luck and lack of defensive authority that Bowyer will hope gets better over the course of the coming weeks.
The Rovers chief has acknowledged, though, that they could be cut adrift in the relegation zone should they not register maximum points before the end of the month, although a return to Ewood Park may aid their fortunes.
Only a controversial goal from Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder David Edwards has prevented Blackburn remaining unbeaten in the league in front of their home fans, but a third draw in succession won't be enough to appease the supporters on Saturday as they look to find a route out of the bottom three.
Recent form: DDLDLD
Charlton began the season with eight points from four games, and with progress also being achieved in the League Cup, the signs were there that the Addicks could maintain a top-six spot heading into the second month of the campaign.
However, the late defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers has had a lasting impact on Guy Luzon's side, with Charlton earning just one point from home matches against Rotherham United and Huddersfield Town.
Their recent poor form is largely down to their failure to take their chances. Luzon bemoaned their poor conversion rate against both Wolves and Rotherham, while they also created 18 opportunities against Huddersfield, finding the target on just four occasions.
Goalkeeper Nick Pope was at fault for Huddersfield's opener, but the club's defence are not being helped out by their attack, who have notched just eight goals from seven matches.
They are yet to register an away win in the league this season too, which will not aid their confidence in the North-West, but it may only take one strong outing in the final third to get the club back on track in their ninth season out of the top flight.
Recent form: DDWLDL
Recent form (all competitions): DWWLDL
Blackburn defender Tommy Spurr is expected to miss out after being knocked unconscious against QPR on Wednesday night.
The 27-year-old appears to have escaped a serious injury, but he is likely to spend the weekend on the sidelines, with Markus Olsson deputising in his place.
Luzon has revealed that Charlton have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Lancashire, but on-loan attacker Conor McAleny could be handed his first start since joining from Everton.
Blackburn Rovers possible starting lineup:
Steele; Henley, Duffy, Hanley, Olsson; Marshall, Guthrie, Evans, Conway, Koita; Rhodes
Charlton Athletic possible starting lineup:
Pope; Solly, Bauer, Sarr, Fox; Gudmundsson, Kashi, Ba, Cousins; Watt, Vetokele
Head To Head
Blackburn hold a dominant record over Charlton as far as their historical results are concerned, with Rovers claiming wins in 17 of their 28 matches.
The 1995 Premier League champions have also emerged victorious on the last four occasions, with 10 goals being scored in the process.
Despite their poor record, Charlton were triumphant at Ewood Park in both their visits in 2013.
We say: Blackburn Rovers 2-1 Charlton Athletic
With Charlton low in confidence in front of goal, Saturday could be the day when Blackburn get their season back on track. In what should be a closely-fought contest, the difference maker could be Jordan Rhodes, who has netted in his last two appearances.