Walsall vs Charlton Athletic Match Review

Walsall vs Charlton Athletic Match Review

August 22, 2022 Sports Betting

Walsall vs Charlton Athletic Match Review

The EFL Cup second round match between Walsall and Charlton Athletic will take place on Tuesday night in the West Midlands.

With an equal record of wins, draws, and losses, Charlton is in sixth place in League One and the home team is in ninth place in League Two.

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 Walsall vs Charlton Athletic Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Walsall 3.00 3.10 2.96
Charlton Athletic 2.20 2.31 2.37

 Walsall vs Charlton Athletic Tips and Prediction

When the new season’s schedule was made public, Charlton learned that they had been given one of League One’s more difficult starts.

However, the Addicks have earned eight out of a possible 15 points in a five-game stretch that has included contests with Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday.

Ben Garner, who moved to The Valley earlier this summer, will be happy with his return, especially after winning games against Derby and Plymouth Argyle.

Even if the weekend’s draw with Cambridge United was disappointing, it was sufficient to maintain the London team in the playoff spots.

After initially scoring a last-second equalizer, Charlton edged Queens Park Rangers on penalties to advance to this round of the competition.

Walsall will be relieved to divert their attention from league-related issues after their recent slump of three losses.

Two straight triumphs for the Saddlers in League Two to open the season were followed by draws either side of a loss to Barrow.

Although Michael Flynn probably won’t be overly worried at this point, he will be aware that his players need to find their finesse in the closing third.

In this competition, Walsall’s last victory came after two late goals were scored against Swindon Town, the old team of Charlton manager Garner.


Flynn will be anxious for his Walsall team to regain its form after losing some steam in the fourth tier. However, we believe that Charlton will be able to defeat their opponents in a competitive game regardless of the team they deploy.