Date: 7th May 2010 at 11:37am
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Charlton will require an unlikely trio of results to snatch automatic promotion tomorrow. First and foremost they have to win themselves, then hope Lennie Lawrence’s Bristol Rovers can beat Leeds at Elland Road, and finally, they need Millwall and Swindon to draw at the New Den!

If the latter two scenarios materialise but Charlton fail to take advantage, the door would be open for Huddrsfield to leapfrog four places to claim the prize.

Charlton are almost certainly going to be contesting the play-offs but the published dates may not be as concrete as we are led to believe. Director, David White, has said that the police will have a major say in deciding the date and time of the games should Charlton be paired with Millwall.

Vital Quotes:

Oldham Athletic Team News:

Dave Penney was sacked on Thursday but the Latics have moved swiftly to install former Stockport and Peterborough boss, Jim Gannon, as their new manager.

Player to watch: Pawel Abbott

Charlton athletic Team News:

Phil Parkinson will probably name an unchanged team but may be tempted to start with Akpo Sodje in place of either Burton or Forster.

Player to watch: Nicky Bailey

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Colin Webster from Tyne & wear will be the man in charge.

Next Fixtures:

 

5 Replies to “Charlton To Clear The Boundary”

  • Knowing our luck, the unlikely resuts will all happen, however we will probaly not win, Hope I am wrong

  • All we can do is win and hope isn’t it. We’ll end up regretting all the points we’ve tossed away against lower teams in the League 1 table won’t we I think! While there is a chance we have to go for it, all out attack to do what we need to.

  • I’ve gone to the doctor’s so will not be around for a while until the medication starts working….not sure if this old body of mine can take the strain…

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