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Charlton vs Northampton prediction, free betting tips & odds

Date: 23 January 2024

Kick-Off:19:45 UK, 20:45 CET

Venue: The Valley

The odds are accurate at the time of writing and are subject to change. Check carefully before finalising your wager with your bookmaker.

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Looking Towards The Away End

​Charlton vs Northampton: Top free betting tips

Our Charlton vs Northampton prediction backs the hosts to end their winless run with an easy victory. Can the Addicks restore their confidence? 

Charlton come into this match under serious pressure after earning a single point from their last 5 league matches. The Addicks won all of their last 4 games vs Northampton though. The Cobblers have been in much better form recently (W3 D2 L1) but they tend to struggle on the road (W4 D1 L7). 

​​​Correct outcome prediction: Charlton to win

Our first Charlton vs Northampton prediction backs the Addicks to claim the win they badly need. Charlton have reasons to feel confident as they won all of the last 4 H2Hs. Also, 6 of Charlton’s 7 league wins so far this season have been achieved at The Valley. 

Total goals prediction: Over 2.5 goals

Both teams know how to score goals but struggle defensively and that’s why our next Charlton vs Northampton prediction is for at least 3 total goals to be scored. All of Northampton’s last 8 away games went over 2.5 goals. 

Also, 4 of Charlton’s last 5 matches had 3 or more goals in them. 

​​​Correct score prediction: 4-0 to Charlton

As is our tradition the final Charlton vs Northampton prediction is an attempt to predict the correct score. We feel brave and pick Charlton to win this match 4-0. The Addicks scored exactly 4 goals in 2 of the last 4 H2Hs and 1 of those games was a 4-0 win. 

To add to that 1 of Charlton’s last 3 home wins was a 4-0 triumph, so the Addicks certainly know how to score goals at home. 

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How far will Northampton’s fans travel to Charlton?

The driving distance between Northampton and the London suburb of Charlton is only 68 miles (108 km). Even if the driving conditions remain wintery it shouldn’t take more than 1 hour and 45 minutes for this trip. 

For those Northampton fans who plan to combine a shopping spree while in London with watching the match we suggest considering using the train. There are plenty of trains connecting Northampton to London and the journey time is pretty reasonable. 

​Charlton vs Northampton: Tickets

The price varies from £22.00 to £32.00 for adults with all regular discounts for seniors and youngsters in place. There are plenty of tickets still available for this game and there will sale on the day of the match from the Ticket Offices. Important note there will be no cash accepted at the ticket boots, card-only purchases. 

Northampton’s fans had been allocated 1,010 tickets all priced at £24.00 for adults. Subject to availability any unsold away tickets will be taken to the stadium and can be purchased from the South Stand ticket office in the hours before kick-off. 

​​​FAQs: Charlton vs Northampton

  • What was Charlton’s last result? The Addicks lost 0-2 away vs Burton on Saturday.  
  • What was Northampton’s last result? The Cobblers drew 1-1 at home vs Wigan on Saturday.  
  • Who is Charlton’s top goalscorer? That will be Alfie May with his 16 league goals, the joint-most in League One.
Charlton vs Northampton prediction, free betting tips & odds

Iskra Zecheva

For over 16 years now, Iskra had been a freelance sports writer. Football and scouting, being among the main fields of her expertise. She has dined with kings, queens and some of the most famous sports figures of the past and the present. Iskra is also a member of the largest independent union of investigative journalists. She has minority ownership at several sports clubs and knows first-hand the pains of supporting a 'small-scale' football club.

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