Charlton started the season with a bang after being promoted, going unbeaten in their first six Championship games, winning four and drawing two.
However, they have claimed just three league wins since then and just one in their last 15 games across all competitions.
Bowyer's side find themselves on a run of three successive defeats, scoring just once in that period of time.
Their last game was an FA Cup tie at home to Saturday's opponents West Brom, ending in a 1-0 defeat for the hosts.
West Brom's recent league form has not been up to their usual standards, however, failing to record a win in their last four, with three 1-1 draws and a defeat.
Despite this, they are second behind Leeds on just goal-difference and remain the highest-scoring outfit in the division.
Given the fact that Leeds face strong opposition in Sheffield Wednesday next, a win on Saturday could see the Baggies reclaim their spot at the top of the pile.
Charlton Championship form: LDDWLL
Charlton form (all competitions): DDWLLL
West Brom Championship form: DWDDLD
West Brom form (all competitions): WDDLDW
Charlton head coach Bowyer has a lengthy injury list to contend with ahead of the clash with the Baggies.
Lyle Taylor, Chuks Aneke, Macauley Bonne and Jonathan Leko are just the forwards missing through injury; in addition, Beram Kayal, Josh Cullen, George Lapslie, Ben Amos, Jake Forster-Caskey, Sam Field and Lewis Page are all sidelined.
Charlton possible starting lineup:
Phillips; Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce, Purrington; Dempsey, Pratley; Doughty, Gallagher, Morgan; Davison
West Brom possible starting lineup:
Johnstone; Furlong, Ajayi, Bartley, Townsend; Livermore, Sawyers; Phillips, Pereira, Krovinovic; Robson-Kanu
We say: Charlton 0-2 West Brom
Charlton are a struggling side and their plethora of injuries is making life difficult for Bowyer. Even though West Brom are not flying at the moment, they should still have too much for their hosts.
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