Match Preview: Charlton 1-1 Nottingham Prediction and Betting Tips 21.08.2019

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Charlton 1-1 Nottingham

Date: 21.08.2019 | Match at: 19:45 | League: ENGLAND: Championship – Round 4 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.35 | Bookie: 1xbet


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Surprise package Charlton Athletic pegged back fellow-promotees Barnsley 2-2 last time out and remain unbeaten, currently in second-place (W2, D1). Beaten at The Valley just once in their last 15 league matches here (inc. play-offs W11, D3, L1), the ‘Addicks’ overcame their underdog status to beat Stoke 3-1 last time out here.
Keeping ten cleansheets from 23 home League One matches last season, Charlton were first goalscorers in 65.22% of league games here (W13, D1, L1). Interestingly however, 47.83% of games here finished with over 2.5 goals scored (total) – mostly down to the fact that Charlton conceded the fewest home league goals of the campaign (15).
Charlton will hope to continue that theme against a Nottingham Forest team who’ve scored first in 80.0% of five visits here (FOR: W2, D2, L1), that forms part of an overall even record between the sides of: W14, D14, L14 (in all competitions).
With mixed league form so far (W1, D1, L1), Forest beat Birmingham 3-0 last time out after a midweek League Cup win. Both home affairs however, Forest have won just one awayday in 16 previous away trips in all competitions (D7, L8). Scoring first in nine of 23 Championship awaydays last term, Forest also failed to score in the same number of games (nine).
Players to watch: Lyle Taylor (CHA) has three goals so far alternating between first and last goalscorer – he hasn’t scored less than ten goals in his last four seasons and was awarded 11 yellow cards and one dismissal last season.
Lewis Grabban (NOT) levelled at Leeds in his last away match and has three career goals from six appearances against Charlton (W3, D1, L2).
Stat attack: Charlton have scored in both halves of every league game this season.
Each of Forest’s three league matches so far have seen over 8.5 corners (total).
Charlton led at half-time in 47.83% of 23 home league matches last season.