Charlton will make their third trip to Doncaster Rovers' Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday and, ahead of the clash, we have searched the unrivalled Valley Pass archive.
The two clubs have only met nine times in the past, with the Addicks coming out on top on six times.
Goals from three of those victories are available to view below, plus a strike that has been all-but wiped from the official record books as it came in a Valley abandonment.
Tariqe Fosu scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory for the Addicks in the reverse fixture earlier this season. The winger scored in the ninth minute of the game when he drilled his shot home from the edge of the 18-yard box, low to the goalkeeper's right. This was Fosu's fifth goal in three games, as the youngster had hit top form for the Addicks, and they would hold on to take maximum points.
One goal separated the sides in this cagey affair in Yorkshire. It was to be Charlton's first win on their first visit to the Keepmoat Stadium, as Andy Gray headed the ball past the helpless Doncaster goalkeeper in the fourth minute to give the Addicks a 1-0 victory.
Charlton's home match with Doncaster Rovers in August 2013 was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch at half-time. The Addicks were shocked as they fell three goals behind within the first 23 minutes through goals from Paul Keegan and Chris Brown, who netted twice. The referee decided to take the players off the field in the 26th minute, as he believed that the pitch was unplayable. Eight Charlton grounds-staff were joined by Doncaster players as they tried their best to get to get the game back on. Play resumed 10 minutes later and Simon Church managed to pull a goal back for the Addicks before Donny were reduced to 10 men when Keegan was shown a second yellow card just before the break. At half-time referee Lee Collins decided that the game could not continue and it was, therefore, abandoned at half-time.
Dale Stephens hit one of the goals of the season in the Addicks' 2-0 victory over Doncaster in the rearranged fixture in November 2013. Charlton started the stronger side and broke the deadlock in the 39th minute. Cameron Stewart's cross was headed away by the Doncaster defence and Stephens hit the loose ball first time on the volley from 25 yards out. The ball curled away from the goalkeeper and flew into the top left-hand corner of the net. Simon Church wrapped up the three points for the Addicks on the hour mark, with a clam finish when one-on-one with the goalkeeper.
A matchday pass for Valley Pass gives you 48 hours access for just £4. So, if you were to buy from midday on Friday that would include:
- This week’s episode of Behind the Scenes at the Training Ground
- Thursday morning’s pre-match press conference with Karl Robinson in full
- Live audio commentary of Saturday’s game against Doncaster
- Full post-game reaction from Saturday’s match
- Highlights of the Doncaster game from 12midnight following the game
- Extended highlights of the Doncaster game from 12noon on Sunday
As well as that, you’ll have access to the full Valley Pass archive for 48 hours which dates back to the 1940s and contains more than 1,500 Charlton videos including:
- The fascinating Day in the Life of Karl Robinson mini-film
- A mini-feature on our International Bright Young Things Ezri Konsa and Jay Dasilva
- Feature interviews with Charlton heroes including Johnnie Jackson, Alan Curbishley, Lee Bowyer and Keith Peacock
- Every one of the now weekly Behind the Scenes at the Training Ground videos
- Every competitive Charlton goal from the last 25 years
- Highlights from this season of the U23s, U18s and women’s team