Friday, 23 April 2010

Charlton's attacking style will lead to defeat

Exeter City think that Charlton will go all out for three points on Saturday and that this is easier for the home side than a team that adopts a defensive stance. Hence, the Grecians are confident that the three points are theirs: Grecians

I would be more concerned about us taking a 1-0 lead and then trying to defend it and conceding at least an equaliser. However, although all our recent matches have been decided by one goal, I am going to stick my neck out and go for a 2-0 Addicks win tomorrow.

Charlton do have a number of injury worries ahead of the match. Kyel Reid has an ankle problem and has not been training and can be ruled out. Both Sodjes have problems that are likely to meant they are left out so that means Llera in central defence and Burton partnering Forster up front. Of the injury worries, Nicky Bailey is most likely to take part, although his trapped nerve problem has made it difficult for him to sleep at night.

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