Writer: Charlton Addickt
Date:Monday September 24 2007
After two home league matches the Addicks are on the road, travelling to League One outfit Luton for the Carling Cup fourth round encounter.
Sam Parkin and Paul Peschisolido are both out for the Hatters, along with Don Hutchinson and Keith Keane.
Dean Brill plays in goal as David Forde has returned to Cardiff after his loan.
The veteran striker is still banging in the goals, with him scoring five so far this season including two in the carling cup.
Alan Pardew is expected to ring the changes, so Matt Holland, Yassin Moutaouakil and Svetoslav Todorov, all back from injury could all return to the side, along with Izale McLeod and possibly Darren Randolph in goal.
Nicky Weaver, Chris Powell, Danny Mills, Andy Reid, Chris Iwelumo and possibly Luke Varney are all expected to be rested, and maybe others.
The former Milton Keynes Dons striker made quite an impact when he came on against Norwich last week, so if he is given a start, as expected, he could cause the Hatters major problems.
The last clash between the two clubs was an eight-goal thriller in the second round of the League Cup at The Valley in Sepember 2003, which was eventually decided by penalties.
After 90 minutes and extra time, with the scores tied at 4-4 in went to a shoot out, which the Addicks finally won 8-7 in sudden death, with Mark Fish scoring the decisive penalty.
Referee: A D'urso
Assistants: R Beevor and S Creighton
Fourth Official: D Deadman
The league is obviously the priority for the Addicks, but a good cup run, which we have had already, would not go a miss. Even with players rested you would have to fancy the Addicks to make it into the next round, so I say an Addicks win!
Iain Dowie's Coventry at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday.
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Date:Monday September 24 2007
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