We go to The Valley where two teams with similar objectives face each other at 3pm on the 21st.
The Charlton Athletic, classic Championship team. This team, known as the Robin, is not getting along quite well this season. In fact, the best results that are freeing you from being in the relegation zone are based on your stadium. Lyle Taylor is his most fit player with 9 goals in 33 games.
On the other hand, those of Luton Town, a team that occupies the most reviled position on the table, are looking for a turning point to try to get into the fight to save themselves, although it is costing them something more than many would think, it comes from two victories and made him hook. Based on a defensive framework, he has managed to cut the bleeding of goals he received and has two consecutive “clean shit” to add that 6 of 6. Jones believe and that makes this game take a very interesting look, giving courage to the quota I intend to play.
In my way of seeing the possibilities that the Luton possesses, they go through making that defensive fabric good. And then look for the local goal if it could be how they performed in their last victory against Middlesbrough. James Collins is his most fit scorer, with 10 goals in 33 games.
Both sets have their usual players in perfect condition.