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Leicester will hardly be backing down having drawn level on points with Blackpool after beating Blackburn 2-1 on Tuesday.
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Leicester are expected to field an unchanged side to the one that played in midweek which means that new signing
Marcin Wasilewski is likely to retain his place at right back.
Wasilewski only joined the side earlier this week from Anderlecht and the Polish defender seemed to have done enough to impress Nigel Pearson to back him for a second straight game.
Charlton are labelled as 21/20 favourites to overcome local rivals Millwall as both teams look to move away from the relegation zone with a win.
It might not seem like it but Saturday’s clash at The Valley could well have a profound effect on who gets relegated at the end of the season.
For Charlton, it’s been a difficult start to the season having picked up just 1 win in their first six games this season.
However, The Addicks will be buoyed by the return of top scorer Yann Kermongant who missed the 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield on Tuesday with an ankle injury.
But having already scored three goals this season, the Frenchman should return to help feed an attack that has struggled without him in the line-up.
Millwall meanwhile will be charged by picking up their first win of the season having defeated high-flying Blackpool 3-1 at home on Tuesday evening.
Having also broken their goal drought, new boss Steve Lomas has come up stating that the team are reading to give it everything in the early kick-off. During a press conference, Lomas stated: “It’s about bragging rights for the fans, it’s a great place to go and play and we can’t rest on our laurels, we’ve got to go again.”
Elsewhere, there is a big clash at the top of the table as second place Blackpool host third place Leicester City with both teams eager to close the gap to leaders QPR.
Blackpool will be eager to avenge their loss to Millwall during midweek where The Seasiders picked up their first loss of the season.
Having appeared amongst the substituted on Tuesday night, Scottish striker Stephen Dobbie could be in line for his first start at the club since joining on loan from Crystal Palace.
It’s Dobbie’s third spell at Bloomfield Road and he will be hoping that his goals will help Blackpool in their push for promotion during the next couple of months.
With a lot of pride on stake in Saturday’s games, it means that fans will be eager to see who will come out with bragging rights and momentum to help them slowly get closer to their desired targets.