For our Bristol Rovers vs. Charlton prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.
Charlton Athletic are looking to continue their excellent form in League One as they face Bristol Rovers on Friday.
Bristol Rovers currently sit 15th in League One with twelve wins, nine draws and sixteen losses from thirty-seven games this season.
It's been a fairly forgettable campaign for a Bristol Rovers side that have been disappointingly inconsistent.
Their inconsistency is going to lead them towards an unremarkable mid-table finish, something that will disappoint the fanbase given they've shown signs, at times, of being able to achieve much more.
They enter this game amidst a mixed run of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 0-2 defeat at home to Portsmouth.
The loss to Portsmouth was Rovers' second straight 2-0 defeat, and manager Joey Barton will be hoping it is not a sign that his side are set to embark upon a poor run of form to end the season on a sour note.
Their form at home has been really poor too, with Barton's men failing to win any of their last seven games on home soil, drawing two and losing five.
Bristol Rovers sit ten points clear of the relegation zone with nine games remaining so dropping down to League Two is not a huge concern but they'll still want a few more wins to avoid a nervy finish.
Charlton Athletic currently sit 12th in League One with thirteen wins, thirteen draws and thirteen losses from thirty-nine games this season.
The Addicks have had a pretty poor season for the most part - league-wise, at least - having underwhelmed relative to the quality at their disposal but they look as though they're going to be ending the season on a high note based on their recent form.
They enter this game unbeaten in their last five matches having won three of their last four, the most recent of which was a 6-0 win over Shrewsbury Town.
Their form away from home has been decent too, with The Addicks winning their last two consecutive games on the road by an aggregate scoreline of 6-2.
Charlton were beaten 1-2 by Bristol Rovers when the two sides met back in December so they'll want to get one back here and considering the form of the two sides they should be confident of doing just that.
Either way, this should be a competitive affair but it's one Charlton should be pushing to win.