Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Vale have strong home record

Charlton face a trip to the Potteries and the only club in the Football League not named after a geographical location tonight. Currently 7th in the table, Port Vale have a strong home record winning five games out of six.

They went down 4-0 to Sheffield United on Saturday, but that says as much about the Blades as it does about Port Fail. Vale's coach put the result down to poor defending at set pieces. Lookman's corners are improving, but some of there are still poor, while our free kicks are of variable quality.

The clubs last met in a League Cup game in 2000 at The Valley which Charlton won. The last visit by the Addicks to Vale Park in 2000 ended in a 2-2 draw. A draw is more than possible tonight.

The local paper focuses on last Saturday's protests in its preview: Pigs can fly

Odds are: Port Vale 9/5, Draw 23/10, Charlton 6/4.

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