It’s another dead rubber for Bolton but it’s a game we might actually win and it’s a chance to ruin somebody else’s season.
Charlton have only had a marginally better season than us, with protests against their Belgian owners, a change from one Belgian manager to another, and anything other than a win tonight for the Addicks will see them fall through the trap door with us.
‘We are looking towards the future, but we still want to be putting out as strong a team as possible in the remaining games’
Jimmy Phillips speaking before he picks Emile Heskey.
‘We look like we can win but at the moment every small mistake is costing us a goal.’
Jorge Teixeira, taking about his own team, but sounding eerily similar to a Bolton player
Bolton Wanderers Team News:
Former Charlton man Dorian Dervite is back in training but apart from that whoever was unavailable is probably still unavailable
Player to watch: Emile Heskey
With all the talk of young players starting Emile Heskey is still being assessed with the view to be playing two in a week. In fairness he did really well holding things up on Saturday
Charlton Athletic Team News:
Yaya Sanogo, Stephen Henderson and Johan Berg Gudmundsson are all injury doubts.
Player to watch: Ademola Lookman
A product of Charlton’s very good Academy, Lookman scored his first senior goal against us in December and this week picked up the Apprentice of the Year gong at the Football League awards
Match Facts & Stats
We have met twice this season, in a friendly and the league. Both games finished 2-2
We haven’t beaten Charlton since a 2-0 win in December 2012. David N’Gog scored that day.
Charlton have conceeded on average nearly three goals a game in their last 12 away games.
We might get a win of we can play as we did against Boro. 2-1 to the Wanderers
Cardiff away for us on Saturday, then we finish the season with consecutive early kickoffs at home to Hull and away to Fulham