Charlton vs SWFC

Being smooth sailing, Sheffield Wed suddenly stopped in a confusing manner. The decline of the Hillsborough team started the 14th round with a draw against Leeds Utd. That day, without the crossbar and the tied column, Sheffield Wed had to lose 2 or 3 goals, let alone retain 1 point.

In the next 4 matches, Garry Monk's teachers and students continued to be invincible, earning only 2/12 maximum points. Particularly 2 matches must be played outside of Hillsborough territory, Sheffield Wed is completely defeated, respectively against Blackburn (1-2) and West Brom (1-2). In terms of performance, Sheffield Wed only once succeeded in crossing the fence, the rest pushed investors to death.

On the BXH, Sheffield Wed fell to 10th place, 4 points less than the group that won the play-off spot, up 4 points. Although the gap is not too large, but if not quickly improved form, Sheffield Wed should soon give up the ambition to win promotion tickets. In the 19th round, Monk's army will face Charlton. This is considered an opportunity for Sheffield Wed to regain victory.

Like Sheffield Wed, Charlton is in a downturn. However, if Sheffield Wed only lost 2/5 recent matches, Charlton has fallen into empty hands 4 times in the past 6 rounds. Even, they have just been knocked out by rookie Luton 2-1. The 1/2: 0 ratio that the house listed on the floor is a very positive signal for the away team. According to statistics, Charlton has lost 3 matches in the past.  

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