Leicester boss Ian Holloway thinks his side are on a roll and heading for the play offs after their win over Ipswich on Boxing Day. In his former incarnation as Pilgrims manager, Holloway defeated Charlton at The Valley earlier in the season and is looking forward to another three points tomorrow at the Crisp Bowl.
He may be being a little hasty. Charlton are often better away than at home. Also, Leicester are poor at scoring from open play, relying heavily on set pieces (although we are often at our weakest at defending from them). However, it has been suggested that the Foxes cannot hit a barn door from five yards.
I expect Pards to stick to a 4-5-1 formation tomorrow. Iwelumo was taken off at Carrow Road to make sure that he is refreshed tomorrow, so he will start. If anyone has to be brought on, I hope it is Dickson and not McLeod.
The midfield pretty much picks itself. Fortune is available again and can slot in to replace Sodje. Basey and Mouto2 are edging their way back to fitness, but if they are used, it will only be on the bench. Magic apparently did a decent job as right back at Norwich while Chris Powell will stay in the left back slot.
We will be making the short trip up the M69 tomorrow. I am forecasting Charlton's third 1-1 draw in a row.