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Saints v Charlton Head to Head

Saints v Charlton Head to Head

Saints won that first ever game 6-0 on Saturday 19th November 1921. The last meeting so far was again at St Mary's on 11th November in the cup which Saints won 2-1.

Overall Saints hold sway at home having won 19, drawn 6 and lost 6.

This is tempered slightly by the recent track record of this meeting.

Over the last 3 years in league meetings the teams have drawn at Charlton, 1-1,0-0 and this season 1-1. At St Mary's Charlton have won by the odd goal. Last season they won 3-2 and the season before 1-0.

So Saturday Saints will be looking for a small touch of revenge. Not many teams manage to win three years on the trot at Southampton.

Charlton will be desperate for the win as they are still fighting for automatic promotion. Saints still have a slim chance of getting to the playoffs. Defear for either will hurt so expect a tough game with no quarter given.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday April 8 2010
Time: 3:32PM

Comments

0
I think that our play-off place, at least is now safe but I'm not sure you'll make it even if you beat us on Saturday. Do you?
Charlton Addickt
08/04/2010 16:56:00
0
To be honest, no. But we do want to see the team playing with the fire, determination and heart required to win as many as we can. See the team trying and playing with passion will do for most of us. We will at least have our Wembley trip to remember.
VSrednwhite
08/04/2010 18:05:00
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I hope we can but also am happy we had a good day at Wembley. We don't do it this time we will next.
VSgirlT
08/04/2010 21:21:00
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to me all I want is to see good football. Time has now come where we have begun to win again and that is something to savour. I know we have tumbled two leagues but with the team we now have winning is becoming a great habit. So we might fail CA, but we will still back our team. If not this time we will make it as top dogs next year.
stellarnw
09/04/2010 11:11:00
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One good thing about this game is the fact that it is early enough not to have a sorry effect on our hopes. It would be a lot worse to lose to the Addickts in three or four games than to do it tomorrow. It would then give us a chance to try out some of our young, fringe players.
sfc4ghg
09/04/2010 13:03:00
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I'd expect nothing less than backing you team stellarnw, that's what we as supporters do isn't it. It'll be an entertaining game tomorrow I think.
Charlton Addickt
09/04/2010 16:07:00
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