Two sides in poor form meet in League One this weekend as Charlton Athletic welcome Fleetwood Town to The Valley.
Charlton Athletic currently sit 19th in League One with one win and four losses from their first five games of the season.
A 1-0 win over Leyton Orient on the opening day of the season was followed by consecutive defeats at the hands of Peterborough United, 1-0, Bristol Rovers, 1-2, Port Vale, 2-3, and most recently Oxford United, 2-1.
It's been a very glum start for The Addicks who had hoped for a better showing that last season's mediocrity, but on current evidence they won't even reach that level as a sustained run of form like this could see them deep in the relegation battle.
They did at least display some promise in their defeat at Oxford last weekend as it took a Tyler Goodrham winner in the 85th minute to take all three points for the home side who are currently the league leaders.
It was a fairly evenly matches encounter so The Addicks can take encouragement from the fact they ran the current best side in the league so close.
They'll need to replicate that level of performance if they are to climb their way up the table and here would be a good place to start that as they face a team that are hardly pulling up trees.
Fleetwood Town currently sit 23rd in League One with one draw and four losses from their first five games of the season.
The Cod Army shared the spoils with Carlisle United in a 1-1 draw on the opening day before falling to successive defeats to Cambridge United, 0-2, Bolton Wanderers, 3-1, Derby County, 1-0, and Shrewsbury Town, 0-1.
It's been a totally dismal start to the campaign for a Fleetwood side that most expected to struggle coming into this season.
They've been poor defensively having conceded eight goals in five games, the joint-second most in the league, while being arguably even worse going forward with just two goals scored so far.
It's tough to see how Fleetwood can avoid a long relegation battle given they need to dramatically improve in nearly every department but it is only fair to note that they've had a pretty rough start in terms of fixture difficulty.
They're facing a side here in similarly poor form but given Charlton delivered a good performance against a good side most recently it's easier to make them favourites.
For our Charlton vs. Fleetwood prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.