George Jones reports
Charlton’s U23s will win the Professional Development League 2 South title if they avoid defeat against Millwall at The Valley on Monday night (6.30pm).
The Addicks currently hold an eight-point advantage over the Lions at the top of the table and a draw or victory in SE7 will ensure that they cannot be caught.
Monday night’s encounter is Jason Euell’s side’s final match of the regular season, while Millwall have two games in hand. They still face fixtures against Hull City and Coventry City.
Charlton have won 14 of their 27 league outings so far this campaign and have lost just five. With 51 goals scored, they are the joint highest scorers in division and possess a goal difference of plus 26.
Fans are permitted to attend this evening’s fixture. Entry is free for season ticket holders and Valley Gold members, who will need to produce their cards at the turnstile. Tickets are otherwise priced at £3 adults, £2 concessions and £1 for under 16s.
Supporters should be aware that there will be no parking available in The Valley’s carpark.
The fixture was originally due to take place at Greenwich Borough at 2pm but was subject to a late change of venue and kick-off time.
U23S PREVIEW | Charlton v Millwall
April 24th, 2017
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