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Match Preview: Charlton Athletic vs City

6 January 2023

The Imps start their 2023 away days with a trip to Charlton Athletic on Saturday 7 January (3pm KO) in Sky Bet League One.

All the key information that you need to know ahead of the game can be found in this match preview.

TICKET INFORMATION

Subject to availability, tickets can be paid for with card only from Charlton’s south stand ticket office on the day of the game. 

Please note prices increase by £3 for adults and £2 for concessions on matchday.

MATCH COVERAGE

The match is available for live streaming internationally for just £10, or the equivalent cost in your local currency.

The feed includes expert commentary from the BBC Radio Lincolnshire sports team, including replays of key moments as well as match statistics and latest scores around the division.

Alternatively, UK-based supporters can listen to live match commentary using an iFollow Imps audio pass - which can be bought HERE.

iFollow Imps subscribers can watch all the reaction, including post-match interviews and match highlights.

City supporters unable to make it to Charlton will also be able to follow the action with regular updates on the club’s official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.

CHARLTON ATHLETIC 

Nickname: The Addicks

Founded: 1905

Stadium: The Valley

Manager: Dean Holden

Top scorer: Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Miles Leaburn (six goals)

League position: 17th

LAST TIME OUT

Imps 1-1 Ipswich Town

Sky Bet League One

Imps: Rushworth, Poole ©, Jackson, O’Connor, House, Mandroiu (Hopper 46’), Sorensen, Eyoma, Roughan, Virtue (Sanders 45+3’), Diamond (Robson 83’). Subs (not used): Wright, Bishop, Garrick.

Portsmouth 1-3 Charlton Athletic

Sky Bet League One

Charlton: Maynard-Brewer, Clare, Inniss, Ness, Sessegnon, Morgan (Payne 73’), Dobson ©, Fraser (Henry 88’), Rak-Sakyi, Leaburn (Stockley 78’), Blackett-Taylor. Subs (not used): MacGillivray, Lavelle, Campbell, Kanu.

LEAGUE FORM

Imps: LDLDD

Charlton: LLDLW

KENNEDY’S THOUGHTS

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MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: James Oldham

Assistant referee: Damith Bandara

Assistant referee: Daniel Bonneywell

Fourth official: Kevin Howick

City will be playing in their third strip at Charlton, head to the LNER Stadium club shop to purchase yours.

Gain priority over general sale for high-profile matches by purchasing a silver or bronze membership HERE.

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Match Reports

Charlton Athletic 2 Imps 1

7 January 2023

Danny Mandroiu's powerful strike was not enough to earn a point as the Imps fell to defeat in their first away outing of 2023.

Charlton had the first chance as Corey Blackett-Taylor controlled a crossfield ball from the right before delivering it towards Jes Rak-Sakyi at the back post who got in front of Max Sanders to strike into Carl Rushworth’s grasp.

Mandroiu went close to opening the scoring as Paudie O’Connor played the ball to the forward who had his goalbound effort blocked away.

Dean Holden’s side were awarded a free-kick midway inside City’s half after 26 minutes which was sent into the box by Scott Fraser to Miles Leaburn who rose above O’Connor who failed to guide his header on target.

The Addicks’ pressure continued as the first half went on which saw them create two openings which first saw Rak-Sakyi cut in on his left to fizz a shot narrowly wide of the far post which almost got flicked in by Fraser.

The second chance in quick succession involved Fraser again who drove forward towards City’s box before playing a quick one-two which allowed him space to curl one inches wide of the top left corner.

Charlton made this pressure count in the 35th minute when Leaburn crossed in from the right towards Fraser whose header could only be tipped onto the underside of the bar before bouncing across the line and in.

Fraser created the hosts’ second goal of the afternoon with a defence-splitting pass through to Blackett-Taylor who took the ball in his stride before rifling his shot high into the net past Rushworth.

The Addicks were gifted a golden opportunity to add a third straight after the break as Ted Bishop’s poor pass went to Rak-Sakyi on the edge of the area whose effort was parried only as far as Leaburn who skied his shot from a few yards out.

Blackett-Taylor looked to net his second of the afternoon in the 55th minute when he drifted inside from the left but his fierce strike from just outside the box went wide of the near post.

The Imps showed some signs of fight in the second half and could have reduced the arrears when Bishop played Charles Vernam in space who stroked the ball straight to Craig MacGillivray.

City pulled one back in the 76th minute as Vernam cut the ball back to Mandroiu who found the net via the underside of the bar after his first two shots were blocked by the Charlton defence.

Shortly after the Imps’ opener, Charlton went close to restoring their two-goal lead when Blackett-Taylor’s cross found Leaburn in the middle whose towering header was comfortable for Rushworth. 

The final action of the match saw the Imps nearly find the equaliser. Makama showed good strength to hold off his marker, then setting up Mandroiu who drove his strike narrowly wide of the far post.

Charlton: Craig MacGillivray, Steven Sessegnon, George Dobson ©, Albie Morgan (Jack Payne 70’), Jes Rak-Sakyi (Charlie Kirk 85’), Scott Fraser, Corey Blackett-Taylor (Eoghan O'Connell 90'), Ryan Inniss, Sean Clare, Miles Leaburn (Jayden Stockley 90'), Lucas Ness. Subs (not used): Nathan Harness, Aaron Henry, Richard Chin. 

Goals: Fraser (35’), Blackett-Taylor (42’).

City: Carl Rushworth, Regan Poole, Harry Boyes, Max Sanders (Charles Vernam 61’), Tom Hopper ©, Paudie O’Connor, Joe Walsh (Jovon Makama 88'), Danny Mandroiu, Lasse Sorensen, TJ Eyoma, Jack Diamond (Ted Bishop 46’). Subs (not used): Jordan Wright, Tashan Oakley-Boothe, Jay Benn, Charley Kendall.

Goals: Mandroiu (76’).

Attendance: 12,165 (634 away).

Referee: James Oldham.

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Ticket News

Tickets: Charlton Athletic (A)

21 December 2022

City can confirm ticket news for supporters ahead of the Sky Bet League One trip to Charlton Athletic on Saturday 7 January 2023 (3pm KO).

The Imps have been provided with an initial allocation of 1,010 tickets for this fixture.

Tickets will be made available for gold, silver, bronze, and junior imp members on Thursday 22 December at 10am.

Remaining tickets will be made available for general sale at 10am on Friday 23 December.

Prices

Charlton Athletic (A)

General admission

Adult

£23

Over 65

£21

Under 21

£21

Student

£18

Under 18

£14

Under 11

£6

Sales dates 

Initial allocation 

Gold/silver/bronze/junior imp

General sale 

1,010

Thursday 22 December at 10am

Friday 23 December at 10am                                                                                                                        

Disabled supporters

Charlton are offering two spaces in the west stand car park to supporters with mobility issues. These can be booked by contacting City’s ticket office.

Charlton Athletic (A)

Ambulant/Wheelchair user price

Adult

£23

Over 65 or under 21

£21

Student

£18

Under 18

£14

Under 11

£6

Personal assistant

Free

Further details

Red Imps Travel Association coaches depart at 9.15am for this fixture, with tickets costing £25 available online HERE

Subject to availability, tickets can be paid for with card only from Charlton’s south stand ticket office on the day of the game. Please note prices increase by £3 for adults and £2 for concessions on matchday.

Online sales deadline 

Pay on the day 

Friday 6 January at 3.30pm

Pay on the day available using card only - subject to availability 

£3 increase for adults and £2 increase for concessions on the day

Click HERE for City's ticketing website.

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