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      Match Result

      Cambridge United

      Derby County


      30.4%

      Cam

      20.7%

      draw

      56.5%

      Der

      Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

      Both Teams To Score

      Cambridge United

      Derby County


      39.1%

      Cam

      44.6%

      combined

      50%

      Der

      Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

      Over 2.5 Goals

      Cambridge United

      Derby County


      45.7%

      Cam

      52.2%

      combined

      58.7%

      Der

      Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

      Charlton Athletic vs Cambridge United Preview, Tips & Stats

      Charlton Athletic welcome Cambridge United to the Valley this weekend for a busy weekend of League One football. Neither side have had the strongest start to the season, but will be looking for three points to push them further up the table.

      Charlton currently sit 10th in League One after 18 games. The Addicks have seven wins, five draws and six losses, leaving them on 26 points. This means Charlton are four points behind the nearest team Lincoln, but they do have two games in hand.

      In their last five games in all competitions, Charlton have two wins, one draw and two losses. In the Football League Trophy Charlton hosted Sutton United. Corey Blackett-Taylor, Conor McGrandles and Alfie May all scored in the 3 - 0 win for Charlton. Back in League One, Charlton travelled to Carlisle. Blackett-Taylor scored again for Charlton just after halftime, but Samuel Lavelle scored just eight minutes later as the game finished 1 - 1.

      However, Charlton was back to winning ways against Cheltenham. Will Goodwin opened the scoring in the tenth minute, but a brace of penalties from May, one in each half, gave Charlton the 2 - 1 comeback win. In the Second round of the FA Cup, Charlton travelled to Gillingham. Both Macauley Bonne and Timothee Dieng scored in the first half and Charlton was unable to find the back of the net as Gillingham won 2 - 0.

      The last time out for Charlton was against Reading in the Football League Trophy. May gave Charlton the lead just minutes before halftime but Charlie Savage level the game in the 82nd minute sending the tie to penalties. May and Louie Watson both missed as Reading took a 4 - 2 win on penalties.

      Cambridge United, on the other hand, sit 18th in League One. In 19 games, The Us have five wins, five draws and nine losses which leaves them on 20 points, five points ahead of the relegation zone and within a group of eight teams separated by just four points.

      In their last five games in all competitions, Cambridge have two wins and three losses. In the Football League Trophy, Cambridge hosted Tottenham’s U21 team. Kai Yearn, Saikou Janneh, Jack Lankester and Lewis Simper all scored in a 4 - 1 win for Cambridge. However, back in League One, Cambridge were on the wrong side of a thrashing. A brace from Ephron Mason-Clarke and a brace from Kwame Poku as well as an own goal from Liam Bennett gave Peterborough the 5 - 0 win.

      Kiero Bowie and Sam Hoskins both scored in the early stages of the second half to give Northampton Town the 2 - 0 lead, but Gasson Ahadme managed to score to give Cambridge a lifeline in the game. However, a red card to Paul Digby just three minutes later crushed any chances of a comeback as Northampton held on for the 2 - 1 win. This misery continued next match week against Lincoln. A penalty from Daniel Mandroiu and goals from Dylan Duffy and Jack Vale gave Lincoln the 3 - 0 lead even with Cambridge having more of the possession.

      The most recent outing for Cambridge was in the FA Cup Second round against Fleetwood. Danny Andrew, Elias Kachunga, Fejiri Okenabirhie and Ahadme all scored in the 4 - 0 thrashing of Fleetwood.

      Charlton and Cambridge have met 23 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1973. Neither team can be separated by anything, as both Charlton and Cambridge have eight wins with the other seven games ending in a draw.

      Charlton Athletic Team News

      Michael Appleton has no new injury worries, with Panutche Camara still out with his long-term injury.

      Cambridge United Team News

      Barry Corr also has no new injury concerns ahead of this weekend.

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