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Charlton make the short trip across the River Thames on Saturday to face West Ham United, probably happy to escape the Valley after suffering two consecutive home defeats.
The Addicks have seen London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham take all three points on their home turf and will hope to avoid another derby defeat at Upton Park.
Cole Bart-Williams 174 Minutes on pitch 239 1 Goals 1 1 Shots on target 2 0 Assists 0 64 Pass completion % 76 0 Cross completion % 0 18 Dribbles and Runs 1 0 Yellow Cards 0 0 Red Cards 0
But it will not be easy against a Hammers team that produced such a magnificent performance at home to Arsenal last weekend. Glenn Roeder's side were very unfortunate not to become the first side to defeat the champions in 31 domestic matches.
Joe Cole was a constant menace to the Gunners with his jinking midfield play and after the second round of Premiership fixtures only Blackburn's Damien Duff had completed more successful dribbles than Cole's five.
And if Frederic Kanoute could have converted the second half spot-kick after Cole was brought down inside the penalty area then the three points would surely have been West Ham's.
But Kanoute is strong enough to get over that set-back and Charlton goalkeeper Dean Kiely will not need reminding of his attacking prowess as the Frenchman has scored three goals against him in the Addicks' last two visits to the Academy of Football.
However Alan Curbishley's team won their last away game - a 2-1 win at Bolton last weekend, showing fantastic spirit to come from a goal behind with midfield man Chris Bart-Williams at the hub of a lot of their best moves.
The player who began his career at nearby Leyton Orient will be keen to show what he can do against the Hammers and his experience could prove vital in the midfield area against the likes of Michael Carrick and new signing Edouard Cisse.
Bart-Williams will know what this game means to the supporters. After two derby defeats, the Addicks need to restore some capital pride and what better place to achieve this than at local rivals West Ham.
Match Betting: 8/11 West Ham 9/4 Draw 10/3
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