Tuesday, 16 August 2016

No panic in the camp

Josh Magennis is expecting a physical game against Shrewsbury Town at The Valley tonight. However, he insists that there is no panic in the camp and believes that Charlton have enough to see off most League One rivals despite their faltering start to the season: Optimism

Shrewsbury have had an increased budget this season and signed seven players of proven League One calibre before preseason training had started. A bit of a contrast with the lack of preparation at Charlton. Shropshire's finest are forecast to finish the season in 11th place which would be the best outcome since 1990.

Scottish manager Micky Mellon has a reputation as a canny tactician. Arsenal academy graduate Abu Ogogo is regarded as a key player.

Odds are: Charlton 21/20, Draw 12/5, Shrewsbury 13/5.

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