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MARCHING BACK TO HAPPINESS

31-Jan 05:14, by Ketts

Karl Robinson will be hoping for a good run of results in March.

Charlton moved swiftly to rearange the Blackpool fixture - it will now be played on Tuesday 13 March.

The Addicks now have six games in March, and it is the month that could define their season.

The Blackpool game means they will now start the month with three away games - AFC Wimbledon, Peterborough and Blackpool.

The Addicks will then entertain Plymouth and Fleetwood at The Valley, befor‎e visiting Northampton on Good Friday.

On paper, the trip to Peterborough looks the toughest game on the schedule. If he has reasonable luck with injuries, Karl Robinson will be confident of picking up a rich harvest of points from the six games.

Wigan and Blackburn look to have the two automatic promotion spots sewn up, but Robinson will want to go into the play-offs with momentum behind his team.

The winter transfer window closes tonight, and it will hopefully be a quiet day at The Valley.

Keeping Ezri Konsa will be the main priority. Robinson stated that he‎ wanted any sales completed by Tuesday to give him time to sign a permanent replacement if necessary.

Charlton already have five loanees - Amos, Dasilva, Kaikai, Mavididi and Zyro - the maximum they can name in a match day squad.

Konsa aside, one or two of Jason Euell's Under-23 squad could go out on loan.

 

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