All to do now for Addicks
All to do now for Addicks
Charlton’s poor result at Peterborough on Saturday has left them with a lot to do to finish in the top six.

Karl Robinson believes that his team will need 71 points to be involved in the play-offs. To do that, the Addicks need to win six and draw two of their last twelve games.
They still have to face promotion rivals Plymouth, Rotherham, Scunthorpe, Blackburn and Portsmouth, so accumulating twenty points will not be easy.
To put the task in context, Charlton have only won five League One games since October.
Robinson’s team have failed to take a reasonable percentage of their chances all season. At Peterborough, they missed a penalty – Josh Magennis fired wide from the spot – which would have seen them level the score at 1-1.
Four minutes later, Marcus Maddison fired home a penalty to put Posh 2-0 up.
Robinson played Naby Sarr – a central defender – at left-back at London Road, despite Sarr not having played since early January.
Jason Pearce is just back from a long term injury, and looks rusty. Patrick Bauer – arguably the club’s best defender – has been on the bench recently.
A porous defence, coupled with a failure to convert a reasonable percentage of chances, is not a recipe for a top six spot.
To harvest enough points to make the play-offs‎, the Addicks need to find consistent, winning form, starting at Blackpool on Tuesday.