Charlton face a big task on the south coast tomorrow when they face Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium. The Seagulls are just two points off a play off place and play Charlton on the back of a 4-1 in at league leaders Leicester. However, that was their win in six games and Charlton are 10th in the form table while Brighton are 20th.
Brighton's home form is a bit mixed, having won eight, drawn six and lost six. Charlton have quite a good record against them away. Charlton are unbeaten in the last four meetings at Brighton, winning two. Last year's encounter ended 0-0. Brighton's last home win was 3-2 in the old Division Two in September 1990.
Dale Stephens is expected to be available for Brighton. Lawrie Wilson should be able to play with a mask after he injured his eye socket.
Odds are Brighton 8/11; draw, 13/5; away win, 4/1.