Charlton v Sheff Wed, The Valley, Monday, 7.45, live Sky Sports 1

TWO teams who feel they should be playing at a higher level meet in the Monday night TV showdown.

Charlton have started League One the better of the two but Sheffield Wednesday will be boosted by new signing Ryan Lowe who couldn't stop scoring when he was at Bury.

Lowe will make his debut at The Valley but could end up on the losing side. Wednesday have won three out of three at home this season and failed to pick a point on their travels.

Charlton, meanwhile, are unbeaten at home and have netted exactly two goals in each of their last five games.

They look the shout to pick up the points at a biggest 21-20 with Stan James. Charlton have been leading 1-0 at half-time in their last three home matches and are 9-5 with Betfred to be ahead again at the break.

Wednesday are 19-5 at Chandler while the draw pays 5-2 at William Hill.

Gary Megson will be looking to Lowe for goals and he is 11-4 at Skybet to net on his debut and 8-1 with Skybet to score first.

The game has an entertaining look about so consider both teams to score at 8-11 with Skybet and Betfred and over 2.5 goals at 10-11 with William Hill.



(21-20, Stan James)

Both teams to score

(8-11, Skybet)


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