Friday 17 March 2023

New injury worries ahead of Cambridge game

Corey Blackett-Taylor is a new injury worry for Charlton and is being sent for a scan on a potential hamstring problem.   The knee injury to Lucas Ness is still being assessed:

Dean Holden was full of praise for Tyreece Campbell's performance at Morecamble.  Curbs always complained about players banging on his door, but Holden said Campbell should bang on his door more often.

Charlton hope to maintain momentum at tomorrow's game at relegation threatened Cambridge United.  I had this down as a 2-2 draw in the Badger League predictions.

At home Cambridge have won six, drawn four and lost eight.   Manager Mark Bonner has said his team 'are really devoid of confidence.'  Losing to MK Dons last week, they 'got worse as the game went on.'

CAS Trust have said that the best we can hope for is an 11th place finish and we could still have our worst finish since 1927:

Away tickets have sold out and 1,474 Addicks will be there.

Meanwhile over at Palace, with the Glaziers three points above the relegation zone, Patrick Viera has been sacked.

No comments:

Post a Comment