Charlton v Doncaster Betting Preview, Odds & Tips | 17/05/19
Ben Swain (@Swaaainn) previews Charlton v Doncaster Rovers and provides us with his best bets for League One’s Play-off semi-final 2nd leg, by analysing team news, potential line-ups, head-to-head, key stats and facts and more.
Charlton v Doncaster Rovers Betting Preview, Odds & Tips
- Date: 17/05/19
- Time: 19:45
- Venue: The Valley
- Channel: Sky Sports
There’s a clear underdog in the 2nd leg of the League One play-off semi-final between Charlton Athletic and Doncaster Rovers.
Doncaster are 5/1 to qualify, despite a late lifeline from the 1st leg result.
Doncaster will need to overturn a narrow 2-1 defeat when they travel to The Valley, home of Charlton.
Joe Aribo scored his 4th goal in as many games, after Lyle Taylor’s 22nd league goal of the season opened the scoring, but Matty Blair scored in the 84th minute to give Doncaster hope.
John Marquis scored as many goals as Charlton’s Taylor, during the normal league campaign (21), and BetVictor have the best price for a similar outcome of over 2.5 goals, valued 11/10.
Charlton haven’t been beaten at home since the 1st December.
They were beaten 2-0 in the FA Cup by their opponents here, Doncaster Rovers.
Igor Vetokele is the only player unavailable to Charlton due to injury.
Doncaster have a full squad available.
Potential Charlton Starting XI: Phillips, Purrington, Sarr, Bauer, Bielik, Dijksteel, Aribo, Cullen, Morgan, Parker, Taylor
Potential Doncaster Rovers Starting XI: Marosi, Andrew, Butler, Downing, Blair, Kane, Whiteman, Coppinger, Sadlier, Marquis, Wilks
Head To Head
- Charlton have beaten Doncaster twice this season while Doncaster have one victory over Charlton.
- Out of 10 matches overall, Charlton have five victories while Doncaster have just three.
Key Stats & Facts
- Charlton have just one defeat in their last 16 games.
- Charlton 19/20
- Draw 13/5
- Doncaster 18/5
My bet prediction for this game won in the first leg of this fixture and also the second leg of the Leeds v Derby play-off, the latter also involved one team leading on aggregate before kick-off.
The game is on a knife edge and with the possibility of extra-time just one goal away, there is everything to lose for both sides and neither side will want to risk too much too early.
As like the first leg I wouldn’t like to choose a victor on the night but fancy the game to liven up in the second half when time starts running out for one team.