This is the headline on Scunthorpe United's official web site as they celebrate the signing of veteran striker Geoff Horsfield on loan until the end of the season. It is four months since a home win at Glanford Park and it is hoped that Horsfield's years of experience will enable him to outwit on form Addicks keeper Nicky Weaver.
However, even the official site admits that the team is lacking confidence, while the Addicks should be full of it. It also looks as if there will be a good crowd of the Addickted to urge them on.
Scunthorope are associated with steel, but I found myself sitting next to a Scunthorpe director at an agri-business lunch in North Lincolnshire a few years ago and he was a potato king.
Given that I would prefer an attacking formation, I would start with Gray and Varney up front with Iwelumo on the bench. There will be no Chris Dickson as he has received the Mark Fish award for the most ridiculous injury of the season, incurred in a hotel reception lobby when he was evidently horsing around with Lloyd Sam.
The rest of the team pretty much picks itself. There might be a question mark about how Kelly Youga will do at the ground where he enjoyed so much success, but there is no feasible alternative to him.
As the Sub-Standard would put it 'Addicks Steel Shatters Brittle Iron'. I am going for 2-0 Charlton win.