For our Charlton vs. Accrington prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
Accrington Stanley are looking to put daylight between themselves and the relegation zone this week as they face Charlton Athletic in League One.
Charlton Athletic currently sit 16th in League One with ten wins, eleven draws and thirteen losses from thirty-five games this season.
The Addicks have had a fairly underwhelming campaign this season having failed to get out of the bottom half of the table for the most part.
They enter this game amidst poor run of form having drawn one and lost three of their last four matches, the most recent of which was a 2-0 loss at Plymouth Argyle.
Given Plymouth are league leaders that loss can be forgiven, but Charlton have no gone four games without scoring a goal in what is a worrying dry spell.
Their form at home has been mixed of late having won two and lost three of their last five matches on home soil, but having lost their last two on the bounce at The Valley there's concern there too.
Charlton are eight points clear of the relegation zone and should be safe with another win or two, but they need those points to be safe. A home game against a struggling Accrington side is a huge opportunity for a win.
Accrington Stanley currently sit 20th in League One with eight wins, ten draws and fifteen losses from thirty-three games this season.
It's been a tough campaign for the Lancashire club who've now spent a number of months in and around the relegation zone.
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 3-0 loss at 3rd place Ipswich Town.
Their away form isn't particularly encouraging having drawn three and lost two of their last five matches on the road.
These two sides drew 2-2 when they met in the league on the opening day of the season and while a repeat result wouldn't be terrible for either side it also would not be ideal.
Accrington are just one point clear of the relegation zone but have the advantage of having played two games less that all four sides currently in the drop zone. Their destiny, then, is in their own hands and a win here would be huge for them.