Matt Holland to star on CharltonTV for Ipswich clash

Matt Holland will star alongside Alan Curbishley and CharltonTV host Scott Minto when the Addicks host Ipswich Town at The Valley on Tuesday night (7.45pm GMT KO).

Tuesday’s game is available to watch worldwide (including the UK & Ireland), as per EFL broadcast rules, and match passes are priced at just £10 each.

Holland and Curbs will both be providing their expert analysis in the CharltonTV studio, presented by DNEL Ltd, and the former will also be giving an insight into the current state of affairs at Ipswich.

Holland, of course, captained Charlton from 2003 until 2009 but, prior to that, he wore the captain's armband at Portman Road for the Tractor Boys and led them to promotion to the Premier League and then a top-five finish in the top flight.

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CharltonTV LIVE subscriptions (international only)

International supporters can also watch Tuesday's fixture by purchasing a CharltonTV LIVE subscription, which is priced at just £195. Over the course of 12 months, the aforementioned subscription’s cost-per-match equates to less than £5 per game.

The subscription also provides fans with everything else that CharltonTV has to offer such as audio commentary of every competitive first-team game and unlimited access to all on-demand videos.

Monthly CharltonTV LIVE subscriptions are priced at £35 per month. Both the monthly and annual subscriptions are set to auto renew.

These subscriptions are only available to fans OUTSIDE of the UK* & Ireland due to EFL broadcast rules.

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All supporters are reminded that annual and monthly CharltonTV subscriptions, which are priced at £60 and £6.50 per month respectively, do NOT include the live streaming of league games.

Fans all over the world will also be able to watch the build-up to Tuesday’s game live on the club’s YouTube and Twitter channels.

*The UK is classed as England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Guernsey, Jersey & Isle of Man.

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