For our Charlton vs. Burton prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
Burton Albion are looking to pull further away from the League One relegation scrap as they face Charlton Athletic on Monday.
Charlton Athletic currently sit 12th in League One with thirteen wins, thirteen draws and fourteen losses from forty games this season.
The Addicks have had a forgettable season for the most part despite their attempts to finish the campaign strongly having spent the majority of it lingering around in the bottom half of the table.
They enter this game in decent form overall having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five matches.
They did lost their most recent game, however, having lost 1-0 away to Bristol Rovers.
Their home record is fairly unconvincing coming into this game having won just one of their last six matches on home soil.
Charlton have nothing left to play for this season and are only playing for pride as they attempt to build some foundations for a strong campaign next season. This could negatively affect their results, of course, as they face a side still trying to secure its survival.
Burton Albion currently sit 18th in League One with twelve wins, eight draws and seventeen losses from thirty-eight games this season.
Burton Albion's season has been box office thus far with The Brewers looking almost certain to be relegated before Argentine Dino Maamria took charge of the club and turned their form around dramatically, as they now find themselves on the verge of securing safety.
They enter this game in good form having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five matches with their most recent game ending in a huge 2-1 win over 4th place Barnsley.
Their form away from home is fairly solid too, having won two, drawn one and lost one of their last four games on the road.
These two sides produced a thrilling 3-3 draw when they met back in November and while the scoreline is unlikely to be as enthralling this time around it could be a similarly tight encounter.
Burton are seven points clear of Accrington in 21st having played one game fewer and with seven games remaining they should secure their own survival from here. And far as this game is concerned a draw seems a likely outcome.