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Match Preview | Charlton Athletic

22 April 2022

As the 2021/22 season comes to an end, Shrewsbury Town are on the road for their final away league game of the season on Saturday as they make the trip to southeast London to face Charlton Athletic in Sky Bet League One.

Salop come into this one off the back of their dramatic 3-3 draw at home to Doncaster Rovers on Monday whilst Charlton won 2-0 away to Cambridge United on Tuesday night.

With Town in 17th position and Charlton 13th in the league table, both teams will be playing for pride as they push for the highest possible finish at the end of the season. 

Salop are looking to do the league double over Charlton for the first time in their history after a stoppage-time goal by Dan Udoh secured a 1-0 victory at Montgomery Waters Meadow in November. Steve Cotterill’s side are unbeaten in their previous three league meetings with Charlton and last won at their ground back in the League One Play-Offs in 2018.

Name: Charlton Athletic

Founded: 1905 (116 years ago)

Chairman: Thomas Sandgaard

Record Victory: 8-0 vs Stevenage, EFL Trophy, October 2018

Record Defeat: 1-11 vs Aston Villa, Football League Second Division, November 1959

Highest League Finish: 2nd, First Division, 1936/37

One to Watch: Jayden Stockley

In his first full season as a Charlton Athletic player, the 28-year-old has proven why the club decided to sign him on a permanent contract following an impressive loan spell in the second half of last season.

He’s the club's top goalscorer in all competitions with 16 goals and has been in great form in the league over recent weeks, scoring four goals in his last six league appearances, and will be Charlton’s go-to man on Saturday.


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Match Reports

Match Report | Charlton Athletic 2-0 Shrewsbury Town

23 April 2022

Shrewsbury Town suffered defeat away at Charlton Athletic on Saturday afternoon.

The first 20 minutes displayed little quality from either side. Diallang Jaiyesimi fired the game's opening effort at Marko Marosi's goal in the third minute, but the Slovakian shot-stopper was equal to it. Town's first chance came in the 20th minute as Tyrese Fornah struck an audacious half-volley from 25-yards out, but it flew narrowly over the upright.

The next noteworthy effort on goal came shortly before half-time when Conor Washington latched onto a through-ball and found himself one-on-one with Marosi after a defensive mix-up. However, the shot was tame and Marosi kept the ball out. Marosi was called into action once again as, with almost the last movement of the half, Alex Gilbey headed goalward, only for the Shrewsbury 'keeper to catch it.

Shrewsbury started the second period strongly and had a golden opportunity to take the lead in the 49th minute when Ryan Bowman collected Luke Leahy's through-ball and struck a left-footed shot towards Craig MacGillivray's bottom left-hand corner. Macgillivray was equal to it and palmed it away, but only as far as the onrushing Josh Daniels who again forced a save from the Charlton 'keeper from close range.

Marosi was called into yet more heroics around the hour-mark as Town faced a barrage of Charlton attacks and crosses. The stubborn Salop defence stood firm until the 64th minute when Jayden Stockley headed home from a corner kick and gave the hosts the lead.

A few minutes later, Shrewsbury's top goalscorer Dan Udoh collected the ball on the edge of his own box and drove the entire length of the pitch, beating five or six Charlton players before unleashing a shot at the end of his magnificent solo run. Unfortunately, the potential goal of the season was palmed around the post by MacGillivray.

There was a long pause in play with just over ten minutes remaining as Marosi reported an incident to the officials. Following the match, it became clear that Marosi received verbal abuse from a member of the crowd.

Following this incident, Charlton doubled their lead as substitute Chuks Aneke headed home the Addicks' second goal of the game.

This goal put the result beyond doubt and Shrewsbury had to settle for defeat at The Valley.


Charlton: Craig MacGillivray (GK), George Dobson, Akin Famewo, Jason Pearce (C), Diallang Jaiyesimi, Jayden Stockley, Albie Morgan, Alex Gilbey (Chuks Aneke, 75'), Conor Washington (Daniel Kanu, 90+6'), Adam Matthews, Sean Clare

Subs not used: Nathan Harness, Jake Forster-Caskey, Jonathan Leko, Ryan Inniss, Corey Blackett-Taylor

Salop: Marko Marosi (GK), Luke Leahy (C), Matthew Pennington, Shaun Whalley, Tyrese Fornah, Josh Vela, Daniel Udoh (Tom Bloxham, 90+4'), Ryan Bowman, Joshua Daniels, George Nurse, Tom Flanagan

Subs Not Used: Harry Burgoyne (GK), Aaron Pierre, Charlie Caton, Kade Craig, Saikou Janneh, Josh Barlow

Match Officials:

Referee: Sam Purkiss

Assistant Referees: Louis Marks and Adrian Tranter

Fourth Official: Daniel Cook


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Ticket News

Tickets are now on sale for Town's trip to Charlton Athletic

24 March 2022

Ticket details for our final Sky Bet League One away trip of the season have been released.

Charlton Athletic v Shrewsbury Town
Saturday 23rd April – 3pm kick-off
Sky Bet League One

Tickets are now on sale for our Sky Bet League One trip to Charlton.  

We have been allocated 510 tickets for the game and Town fans will be housed in the South Stand.

South Stand (500 Tickets)

Adult - £23
Senior 65+ - £18
Under 21 - £18
Student - £14
Under 18 - £11
Under 11 - £5

Ambulant/WC Adult - £19
Ambulant/WC Senior 65+ - £16
Ambulant/WC Under 21 - £16
Ambulant/WC Student - £14
Ambulant/WC Under 18 - £11
Ambulant/WC Under 11 - £5

We have five pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets available.

Tickets go off sale from the ticket office and online at 2pm on Friday 22nd April.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways: 

Away tickets are set up online with the following delivery options:

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Collect from Shrewsbury Town - Free

Any tickets for away games not collected will be taken to the away game for collection on the day of the game.

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