Shrewsbury Town's play off hopes have faded, but they are still determined to achieve a top ten finish: https://www.shropshirestar.com/sport/football/shrewsbury-town-fc/2023/03/31/charlton-v-shrewsbury-preview-refreshed-salop-are-back-and-gunning-for-the-top-ten/
The Shrews have achieved double figures in home wins, but away from home have won six, drawn five and lost eight.
I had this down as 3-1, but I may be under rating Shropshire's top side. Shrewsbury will be looking for their first win in six, so that does that mean an eighth home draw of the season for Charlton? https://castrust.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=47ab8cc58db1fe6727e9ed9c2&id=7f7e214889&e=97ed1d02c3
Nice feature here on the Charlton museum, the volunteers do a great job: https://londonfootballscene.co.uk/2023/03/30/charlton-athletics-museum-showcases-what-the-club-once-were-and-what-it-has-the-potential-to-be-again/