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The Tigers vs. The Addicks

The KC Stadium

02-10-07

19:45

The Tigers v The Addicks

It's a second away match in four days, on Saturday we came up against former Addicks boss Iain Dowie's Sky Blues, and now we travel to the KC Stadium for the tricky encounter with Hull.
Phil Parkinson is no stranger to the Tigers with him in charge at the KC Stadium for a five-month spell last season.

The Tigers Team News:

The Tigers are set to field an unchanged side from that which beat Ipswich at the weekend.
Caleb Folan is a doubt and Ryan France, Nick Barmby and John Welsh are out.

Player to watch: Jay Jay Okocha

The Nigerian can be inspirational, but can also be a disappointment at times so if he is on his game then who knows what might happen. What a great player he is though, but who would have ever thought he would be turning out for the Tigers?

The Addicks Team News:

The Addicks could also field an unchanged side. However, Svetoslav Todorov, Matt Holland and Yassin Moutaouakil are all pushing for recalls.
Ben Thatcher is the only injury absentee with a knee problem.

Player to watch: Svetoslav Todorov

Alan Pardew is tempted to keep the same line-up as from the weekend but Svetoslav Todorov might just sneak his way in, if not then I still feel he will have a part to play from the bench.

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Referee: G Salisbury
Assistants: P Bramley and M A Naylor
Fourth Official: K D G Lawson

Match Prediction:

This is a tough match for the Addicks as the Tigers have some real quality in their side. A win would be great, and would not surprise me if it happened but once again I would say that a point would represent a good point.

Next Fixture:

Barnsley at the Valley on Saturday.

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The Journalist

Writer: Charlton Addickt  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 2 2007

Time: 10:55AM

Your Comments

This is a game many people will be expecting the Addicks to win but it will not be easy at all. We could win, but a draw wouldn't be bad really.
Charlton Addickt
 

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