Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke has been given the vote of confidence by the club's chairman. Could he be another manager to fall to the curse of Charlton? The Addicks have been something of a bogey team for the Gasheads in the recent past, defeating them 5-1 on their home ground.
Rovers are currently fourth from bottom in League One, but are better placed in the form table where they are just six places behind Charlton. Away from home, they won two, drawn three and lost four.
They are placing their hopes on the absence of Charlton talisman Lyle Taylor who is suspended: Lyle Taylor
The CAS Trust preview notes that it's hard to think of a club against which we have a better record than Bristol Rovers: No win at The Valley for 60 years
That looks us set up for disappointment then.
Charlton have slipped out of the play off places after Coventry drew on Friday evening.