The Sky Bet Championship fixture between Charlton Athletic and Bolton Wanderers was originally scheduled to be played on Saturday the 19th April although according to the Addicts’ official website the game will now be played 24 hours earlier on the Friday.
Despite this, there has been no official confirmation from the Wanderers about the change of date but the game will definitely be played on Good Friday.
Tickets for the game have not yet been released for general sale but it’s been predicted that the change of fixture will have a knock on effect with the number of tickets sold. The hosts are advertising the game as ‘an Addicks Silver match with tickets priced £20, £24 and £26 adults, with over 60s and U21s paying £13, £18 and £20, U18s £10 and U11s £5.’
Dougie Freedman’s side will look to better last year’s efforts as he saw his side throw away a 2 goal lead to lose 3-2 The game however was overshadowed by a feisty ending which saw Sam Ricketts and Craig Davies being dismissed by the referee, Trevor Kettle.
New date: Friday, April 18th (3pm)