We take on Alan Curbishley's men before the Carling Cup last 16 tie at Burnley next Tuesday, November 9 and then the big one against Arsenal at the Lane on Saturday week, November 13.
The derby against Charlton follows the disappointment of the weekend defeat at Fulham - our third successive reverse in the Premiership.
Head Coach Jacques said: "The game against Fulham was disappointing and we need to find a solution because next week is very important.
"We have two games at home against Charlton and Arsenal and in-between another important game in the Carling Cup against Burnley. We have possibilities in this competition.
"It is difficult at this moment. We only have three forwards - Robbie, Jermain and Fredi and both Robbie and Fredi had time out injured before the season.
"Sean Davis hasn't played for two months, Simon Davies was out for a long time and perhaps isn't ready 100 per cent.
"We know when we play derbies it is important for the club and the fans but at Fulham we didn't have a good game and had a bad result.
"But I repeat what I said after two or three games that this season is very long and very hard because we have a new team with new players and young players. We need time."
It isnot possible to play with good offensive action, a lot of players try for a solution, Robbie comes back to get th eball, Sean Davis and Pedro Mendes run in front.
Jacques Santini has been delighted with Paul Robinson's form this season.
The current England number one had to be on his game again as Fulham had the better of Saturday's clash at Craven Cottage.
Robbo could do little about the goals from Luis Boa Morte and Andy Cole but saved well from Cole twice and Papa Diop.
"I am sure Paul would like not to have to play well and to have a good result," conceded Head Coach Jacques afterwards.
"But this is normal because we needed to score and that means there was a big space between Paul and his defenders.
"When we play against good strikers like Boa Morte and Cole with Steed Malbranque also playing well the goalkeeper will have a lot of work.
"You know Paul Robinson well with two or three other good English goalkeepers and I'm very happy with the games he's had since the start of the championship."
Jacques Santini has underlined the importance of our next three games in a seven-day spell starting against Charlton on Saturday.