Tuesday, 2 October 2007

Can we twist the tigers' tails?

Here is your cut out and keep picture of Dean Windass. It may useful at Halloween

The Addicks face a tough challenge at Hull City tonight. The Tigers are not far behind Charlton and are on a roll after snarling up The Tractors. Very few Addicks will be able to make the journey. Even Paul May cannot go as it would have meant two days off work, so we will not have a live report tonight.

Some doubts have been expressed about the performance of Iwelumo and Varney at Coventry and Todorov may be recalled given that he is probably better at holding up the ball. Or Pards may switch to a 4-5-1 with Matt Holland added to the middle of the park, although he went for 4-4-2 at Coventry.

Let's hope they have a better journey up than they did on Saturday. Of course, they could fly from London City to Humberside, but those days are over, for now at any rate.

I'm not too confident as I think our central defence is unpredictable and I am going for a 2-2 draw.

Leamington travel to the attractive town of Malvern, although I can't make that match either. The Waterboys are currently at the foot of the Southern League Midlands Division (sorry, BGB Business League), having been promoted from the Midland Alliance the year before Leamington.

Having only collected one point, an early return looks on the cards. Provided too many players are not unavailable because of work commitments (e.g., PC Richard Adams) or have not had too hard a day on the removals van, Leamington should manage to win 2-1, perhaps going ahead of Charlton in the places race.

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