Charlton vs Sheffield Wednesday preview: Championship clash live on Sky Sports Football

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Charlton face Sheffield Wednesday in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Football.
Injury-hit Charlton manager Lee Bowyer will be without Chelsea loanee Conor Gallagher because he serves a one-match ban against Sheffield Wednesday.
Adedeji Oshilaja josh Cullen and Lyle Taylor are still out, so Alfie Doughty and kids Albie Morgan may attribute from the Addicks’ first game since a takeover was announced.
While Julian Borner is suspended after picking up a yellow card of the year, liam Palmer is prohibited for The Owls.
Keiren Westwood sidelined together with Cameron Dawson expected to deputise again in his absence.
Charlton have dropped three of their last four games and were afflicted by an unprecedented number of accidents of late In the event the jam-packed festive schedule was not sufficient. A 2-2 draw at home to Cardiff is the only occasion where they have earned a stage because October 26.
Wednesday are currently fighting form too and are without a win in five games. They drew 1-1 with Birmingham on Wednesday, four days after being beaten 2-1 by West Brom at The Hawthorns.
Charlton’s Lee Bowyer:”Under all the circumstances with the budget and the number of players who we have out… I can’t say I am happy since we aren’t winning, however, how we’re performing is okay. Even throughout the results aren’t right, our performances are good.
“Every stage is tough in this branch. Nobody has any right to take three factors. We’re going to keep trying to do that and we’ll get there, I have no doubt about that.”
Sheffield Wednesday’s Garry Monk:”We are a work in progress but we’re in a healthy position and we will work as hard as we can at the time that we have ahead of another game to give ourselves the best possible opportunity.
“A stage was at least we deserved from a match we thoroughly dominated [against Birmingham]. It is testament to the lads a lot of chances when I would say we were quite sloppy we created. But that is the quality we have in creating those chances yet and we are going to continue to work as hard as we can to make things turn.”
Since Roland Duchatelet took over in 2014, there’s been hostility towards the 73-year-old entrepreneur, even using his approach causing protests by Charlton fans.
Before this season, the Belgian accused the EFL of inducing the club’s passing and predicted to purchase the clubbut the troubles at the club seem to be reaching a decision at last.
Charlton Athletic will soon look to win successive home league matches against Sheffield Wednesday for the first time in Selhurst Park since October 1988.
Sheffield Wednesday’s 3-0 victory in their last meeting with Charlton in March 2016 finished a six-match winless run in all contests against the Addicks.
Charlton are winless in their past six league games (D2 L4), continue going longer with no success in the EFL between November 2017 and also January 2018 (a run of eight), in League One.
Sheffield Wednesday have won just 1 point from their last seven league visits to London (W0 D1 L6), failing to score in every one of their past four visits to the funds.
Charlton have lost more things from winning positions (15) than another Championship aspect in 2019-20, failing to win every one of their last two at the contest despite scoring the opening goal in both games (vs Cardiff and Luton).
Each of Sheffield Wednesday’s last six away league defeats have been with a margin, losing 2-1 in each of their last two away.
Charlton may be starting to worry a little. They are on a very bad run of shape and also have slipped to 17th in the Championship.
After Garry Monk’s press conference fireworks in midweek, he would have been happy to not drop to Birmingham. They have not won , and are currently falling the table down too, however. I cannot see them winning either, although I can not see them losing at Charlton.
David Prutton predicts: 1-1 (5/1 with Sky Bet)

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