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Match preview: Charlton Athletic

26 November 2021

Take a look at a stats and facts ahead of Town's Sky Bet League One home fixture with Charlton Athletic.

Shrewsbury Town face their second Sky Bet League One home game in five days on Saturday as they welcome Charlton Athletic to Montgomery Waters Meadow.

Salop had a positive result in midweek when they drew 1-1 with play-off chasing Sunderland despite playing the whole of the second half with 10 men after David Davis was shown a straight red in first half stoppage time. It was a game that afterwards Town manager Steve Cotterill said was the ‘best result we’ve had since I’ve come to the club’.

Shrewsbury Town now face another difficult task against a Charlton side who are unbeaten in their past seven league games.

The Addicks are currently 14th in the league table and come into this one after a midweek 2-2 draw against Morecambe.

A rocky start to the league season saw Charlton in the relegation zone and after a 3-2 loss at home to Accrington Stanley in mid-October which saw the Addicks have only two wins in 13 games, manager Nigel Adkins was sacked, and former club captain Johnnie Jackson was appointed as interim manager.

Since Jackson’s appointment, Charlton have gone on to win four matches and draw two in the league, pulling them clear of the relegation zone. That period included an incredible 2-0 win over then league leaders Plymouth Argyle.

Salop were unlucky not to have come away from Tuesday’s came against Sunderland with all three points despite spending half of the game with 10 men, and with several injuries starting to hit the club as well, Cotterill will be hoping his men can come up with another good performance against Charlton on Saturday.

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

Having joined initially on loan from Preston North End in January, Stockley made the move permanent in June on a three-year deal. He’s had a stellar start to his first full season with Charlton and is the clubs top goal scorer with eight goals in all competitions.

A potent striker, Stockley will step up when he’s most needed and Salop will have a tricky time on Saturday keeping the 28-year-old quiet.


Referee: Tom Nield

Assistant Referees: Christopher Husband and Steven Plane

Fourth Official: Danny Gratton

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Match report: Shrewsbury Town 1 Charlton Athletic 0

27 November 2021

Shrewsbury Town secure three points due to Dan Udoh's last minute winner.

A 93rd Daniel Udoh strike sealed a vital three points as Shrewsbury Town came out 1-0 winners against an inform Charlton Athletic side to climb out of the relegation zone in Sky Bet League One on Saturday evening.

With the game entering its final moment and the points looking like they were going to be shared, Montgomery Waters Meadow erupted when Udoh fired his shot into the bottom corner past Charlton keeper Craig MacGillivray. The result also sealed Salop’s second clean sheet in 25 games.

Shrewsbury started the first half brilliantly and had a golden opportunity to take the lead just three minutes into the game when a Matthew Pennington slid in at the back post following a teasing cross from Luke Leahy, but he couldn’t connect with it. Tom Bloxham then had another great opportunity when he got on the end of a Rekeil Pyke cross firing a powerful shot at goal, but Charlton goalkeeper Craig MacGillivray did well to tip it over.

Marko Marosi was then forced into a great save of his own 22 minutes in when Charlton captain Alex Gilbey tried to find the bottom left corner with a driven shot, but Marosi was quick to it and pushed it wide of the post at full stretch.

With squad numbers thin at the moment due to injuries, Steve Cotterill will be disappointed to have lost Pyke to a muscle injury just 30 minutes into the game.

In what was an end to end first half, the second half stared just the same with both teams try to break quickly and find the opener. Marosi made a brilliant double save in the 49th when he did well to parry a Conor Washington header at the near post and then save Washington’s rebounded effort. Bloxham then had a great chance when he cut inside onto his right foot just inside the area 57 minutes in but could only send his curling effort just over the bar.

As the game entered the final five minutes of the 90, Salop had a strong claims a penalty when Nathanael Ogbeta appeared to be dragged down in the box but instead the referee decided to award the visitors a free kick. But then Udoh came up like he has done so many times recently and sealed all three points for Salop.

Attendance: 6158 (949)

The teams:

Salop: Marko Marosi, Luke Leahy, Matthew Pennington, Josh Vela, Daniel Udoh, Ryan Bowman (Sam Cosgrove, 69), Nathanael Ogbeta, Rekeil Pyke (Khanya Leshabela, 33), Elliott Bennett, Tom Bloxham, George Nurse.

Subs not used: Harry Burgoyne, Charlie Caton, Callum Wilson, Ben Kaninda, Kade Craig.

Addicks: Craig MacGillivray, Ben Purington, George Dobson, Akin Famewo, Alex Gilbey, Conor Washington, Elliot Lee, Corey Blackett-Taylor (Diallang Jayesimi, 72), Josh Davison (Jonathan Leko, 62), Papa Souare, Sean Clare.

Subs not used: Stephen Henderson, Chris Gunter, Albie Morgan, Charlie Kirk, Ben Watson.


Referee: Tom Nield

Assistant Referees: Christopher Husband and Steven Plane

Fourth Official: Danny Gratton


Early into the second half, Akin Famewo was shown the first booking of the fixture for a foul on Dan Udoh.

Papa Souare was booked in the 70th minute for a foul on Elliott Bennett in the middle of the park.

Sean Clare was next in the book for denying George Nurse breaking on the counter-attack.

Dan Udoh was shown a yellow in the 89th for an altercation in the middle of the pitch.


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