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Charlton v Sheffield Wednesday Betting Odds: Heavy Action on Addicks

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Sep/04/2011
Charlton v Sheffield Wednesday Betting Odds

Charlton v Sheffield Wednesday betting odds had Charlton Athletic getting 82 percent of the action for Monday’s matchup.

The price was somewhat right with Charlton at even odds at 888Sport.com.  Sheffield Wednesday was getting 3/1.  The draw was at 5/2.

These two sides have split their recent meetings with Charlton winning their last meeting.

The Addicks have netted at least two goals in all five league games this term, and remain unbeaten in the league.

Johnnie Jackson has netted in each of his last two league games for Charlton.

The Owls new signing Ryan Lowe has netted 31 goals in his last 51 league games, and seven goals in seven in all competitions this term.

One of the primary reasons punters are backing Charlton so heavily is that the Owls are yet to win an away league game in their last seven nor have they claimed any point on the road this season. 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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