Charlton need to collect all three points from Ipswich on Saturday to be sure of a top half of the table finish. Elliot Lee, who has disappointed on loan, is likely be to be available and Corey Blackett-Taylor has recovered from illness. Scott Fraser will not be available to face his former club: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/charlton-athletic-boss-on-selection-news-for-ipswich-and-discusses-clare-surgery/
Ben Purrington is 'unlikely to be involved' which may signal that we have seen the last of 'The Cat'. Curbs has often praised him and I think he has been a useful player, but perhaps that is something we can no longer have if we are to push for promotion in what is likely to be a very competitive league.
Jacko also discusses Sean Clare's surgery which is an attempt to reduce the risk of skin cancer and I wish him a successful procedure and a speedy recovery. I think he has adapted well to his changed position, even if he has made a few mistakes.
It is now sixty years since Ipswich won the then first division title with Alf Ramsey. Of course, this was before the arrival of football in 1992, but it was still a considerable achievement: https://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/ipswich-town/60-years-since-itfc-won-first-division-8921472