11 February 2020 07:16
Lee Bowyer's side have found themselves in a relegation battle at the bottom of the Championship and will be looking over their shoulder as they prepare to take on Sabri Lamouchi's high-flying Nottingham Forest. The two sides will meet at the City Ground with the game LIVE on Sky Sports Red Button. But what are Charlton fans expecting to happen on Tuesday night? I absolutely hate predicting anything other than a Charlton win but after yesterday's performance I can't. ValiantPhil: That performance against Stoke and the Forest result against Leeds can only mean defeat for us.
ElfsborgAddick: We have to win an away game sometime, but I cannot see it happening on Tuesday. Oohaahmortimer: We're so leaky and lack goals only thing that will get us anything out the game will be some McGeady magic. PaddyP17: This Forest side are looking very good, in a good run of form, with some quality attacking player, and as well as Sage said, a good defence. But I want to see us try to win it, not be defensive because we can't keep teams out playing that way. SELR_Addicks: Think a team below us are going to pick up a result, leaving us clinging on outside the relegation zone by a point.
What channel is Nottingham Forest v Charlton? You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Football Red Button from 7:40pm. How to live stream Nottingham Forest v Charlton Prediction: Nottingham Forest 3-1 Charlton Lee Bowyer says Charlton Athletic came up against a Stoke City side at their top of their game on Saturday – and has the comments of their backroom staff to support that. "I spoke to their staff after the game and they said that's the best they've played all season. "That was the biggest thing I noticed watching their games before we played them. "If you work hard and players turn up and perform the way everyone expects them to then they are a good side. "If you look at the two squads, we have got no given right to go and win any game – home or away – especially in this division. I don't want to lose any game – but they were better than us all over the park." "When we played them at our place I think we surprised them. "We know we're capable of doing that, it's just a case of getting the weekend out of our system and going again. We have to try and win those individual battles more – because a lot of games are won or lost in midfield. "To be fair we scored a good goal at the weekend. We didn't have many good moves in the game but that was definitely one. "I've watched it back and the goals are not good. If I sat you down and went through the goals at the weekend – or most that we've conceded – it's the basics. Three of our four come out – it's the right thing to do because if not then Allen shoots – but one gets left behind.