The Addicks head to the coast to face the Seagulls

Overview and recent form The Reds head to The Amex Stadium on Saturday and Bob Peeters has admitted that he has a number of players […]

Overview and recent form

The Reds head to The Amex Stadium on Saturday and Bob Peeters has admitted that he has a number of players to consider for this weekends fixture.

Peeters spoke to the press after travelling to Derby midweek, which saw Charlton head out of the Capital One Cup after a 1-0 loss at the Pride Park Stadium. He said, “I’m not happy when we lose and the way we lose is a bit painful but I’m happier than I was on Saturday, where we got a point, because of the way we put ourselves about today and the players who came into the team showed me that we need to consider them to play.”

The 88th minute saw the referee make a decision that baffled the players and the fans as he gave Derby a free-kick for supposed time wasting by Nick Pope, Colero picked up the rebound from the wall and hit the back of the net.

Brighton have won three out of four league games so far and last Saturday beat Bolton 2-1 which left them currently 13th in the league table. Midweek, The Seagulls travelled to Swindon and secured their place in the third round of the Capital One Cup beating them 2-4.

Albion have this week signed Sam Baldock from Bristol City. The striker won the League One Golden Boot and was the skipper last season and could be a threat to the Red’s this Saturday.

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Peeters spoke about the referee’s last minute decision on Tuesday night and said, “After the game he couldn’t give me an explanation,”

“OK, people make mistakes and sometimes the crowd talk about timewasting but we didn’t do one second of time wasting all game and with two minutes to play he gives a free-kick like that and that’s painful for my team.

Peeters continued: “I don’t think he fancied extra time because he gives away a free-kick I’ve never witnessed.

Gudmundsunn took to twitter after the midweek game:

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