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Charlton Athletic vs Wycombe Wanderers Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (16') M. Leaburn
      • (82') C. Forino-Joseph
      • (43') S. Clare
      • (45') M. Hector
      • (64') M. Leaburn
      • (77') A. Morgan
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          Last updated 10/06/2023

          Charlton Athletic vs Wycombe Wanderers Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Since being forced into their first managerial change in over ten years, Wycombe Wanderers have struggled for form and might be slipping away from the play-off positions in League One, making this game against 11th-placed Charlton Athletic, who have picked up some form in recent weeks, a massive game in their season.

          Before their recent run of two straight wins against teams in the relegation zone, Charlton were struggling for the first time under manager Dean Holden, going five games without a win, failing to score in four of them after scoring in all nine of his first games in charge.

          Dean Holden has had a hard time in it as terms of fixtures in his Charlton tenure so far, with eight of his 16 games in charge coming up against teams inside the top ten, with this game against Wycombe adding one more to this list in which they have struggled under Holden, picking up two wins and two draws in those games and are winless in their last five against teams inside the top ten.

          Jesurun Rak-Sakyi’s form has been up-down and up again under Holden, scoring four and assisting once in his first eight games under the new boss, before not grabbing a goal involvement in his next six games but in his last two games, his form has picked up again, picking up a goal and two assists.

          Before Gareth Ainsworth departed for QPR, Wycombe were in great form, winning five straight games, keeping four clean sheets and were in the playoff push, but since his departure and the appointment of Matt Bloomfield, their playoff hopes have slowly fallen away.

          Bloomfield has managed his side to two wins, a draw and three losses in six games in charge, which has Wycombe currently placed 8th in the league and are now four points off Bolton in the final playoff spot, and with nine games left to play, every match seems important to try and get back into the playoff spots, where they finished last season.

          Defensively is where Wycombe have fallen off under Bloomfield, conceding six goals in six games, which seems fine, but compared to conceding six in their last 14 games under Ainsworth, is a big decline, but they might have a confidence looking at Charlton’s recent home form which has seen a draw and three losses in their last four games at The Valley.

          Since Wycombe dropped back down to League One last season, they have got the better of their matchups against Charlton, winning both of the fixtures last season, but their meeting earlier this season was a 1-1 draw, with Wycombe taking the lead in the 14th minute through Chem Campbell, before Charlton replied in the 15th minute through Jesurun Rak-Sakyi.

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          Charlton Athletic Team News

          After scoring his eighth goal of the season in their weekend win over Cambridge United, 19-year-old Miles Leaburn was forced off injured at half time and is a doubt for this game against Wycombe with a hamstring injury, whilst fellow youngster Lucas Ness is out for the foreseeable future with a patella tendon injury.

          It will be trouble for Holden if Leaburn's injury is serious as he is already missing Corey Blackett-Taylor with a hamstring injury, which would put out two of his most prolific scorers this season.

          Wycombe Wanderers Team News

          Whilst their recent defeat to Barnsley was tough to take with an 85th-minute winner from Barnsley sealing their loss, they did have some positive news with some with David Wheeler, Ryan Tafazolli and Nick Freeman returning from their absences, shortening what was a big injury list for Matt Bloomfield

          Sam Vokes, Jordan Obita, Dominic Gape, and Curtis Thompson all missed the visit from Barnsley and whilst there is no serious long-term injuries, they are all doubts for their trip to London.