There is speculation about possible changes for the Walsall game. While supremo Karl Robinson has been speculating about rotating players as Charlton seek their first win in four games, the only likely one is that the injured Jason Pearce will be replaced by Ezri Konsa: Three changes?
The Saddlers are currently 13th in the table and in a similar position in the form table, having won 2-1 at Oxford on Saturday. Their home record is better than their away record: they have won two and drawn two at the Bescot. In previous games at this level since 2009, we have drawn two, lost one and won one.
Walsall were predicted to finish 21st by Four Four Two. Their fan commentator said, 'The club has lost the fans' support over the summer due to some bad calls, so they need to prove themselves again. We will finish just outside the drop zone. It's going to be a hard season to watch.'
Unfortunately, their key player is their goalkeeper and we saw on Saturday how a good keeper can deal with Charlton's efforts on goal. Mark Gillespie was brought in from Carlisle.
Odds are: Walsall 9/5, Draw 12/5, Charlton 6/4.