Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic Prediction | Championship | June 30

The match review to the football Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic in Championship about the 2 teams’ current performances from 2 competing teams and the most teams’ current matches, the detailed stats of the upcoming match H2H matches,  table standings ranking, qualities, goal stats, and match possible match result. The Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic should all be considered to put down an effective wager on this match.

Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic Prediction


  • Match date: 5:00 pm on Tuesday 30th June 2020
  • Event: Championship
  • Stage: Matchday 40th
  • Location: Cardiff City Stadium




HEAD-to-HEAD (H2H): 

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Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic Prediction



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  • Cardiff City had a sweeter return when they had just defeated the best team at that time, Leeds United with a score of 2-0, thereby temporarily climbing to 7th place in the rankings with 57 points after 14 wins, 15 draws and 9 losses, they are currently only 7 points behind the top 4 while the tournament still has 8 more rounds to officially close. 
  • It was the first game of coach Neil Harris and his students after the time the tournament was delayed but this is the 3rd match in a row they are unbeaten with 1 draw and 1 win before. Cardiff City’s home record is quite good when the last 13 consecutive games they have lost only 1, won 4 and drew 9.


  • Charlton Athletic also got all 3 points on the return day, even they won against a highly-rated opponent Hull City away. This is only the second away win of this team in the last 16 away games, the rest are only 3 draws and losing 11 matches. 
  • With that extremely poor performance, the Valley team is facing a huge risk of falling into the red light group when they currently only have 42 points after 11 wins, 9 draws and losing to 18 matches, only 1 point more than the red team. Of those 42 points, they only managed to get 16 points from 19 away games.

Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic TIP:


  • In addition to the home advantage and the recent performance is much better than the opponent, Cardiff City also prevailed when in the first leg they had a 2-2 draw on the away field with a much better position, even if they don’t miss a penalty in the 49th minute, chances are they’ve won. Moreover, the home ground of coach Neil Harris and his teachers is much better than the away record of the opponent so the chances of them winning are very high.

Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic prediction:

  • Select: Charlton Athletic -3/4


  • Cardiff City’s attack is showing stability when the last 3 matches they have scored 2 goals per game, moreover, 4/5 of their last home match also scored 2 goals per game. On the opposite side, in the last 19 away games of Charlton, there are 14 matches they conceded, thereby bringing the total number of their current goals to 54 but also 16 matches they opened fire. Add to that the two teams had up to 4 goals in the first leg so the ability to explode in this confrontation is very high.
  • Select: OVER 2.1/2

Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic prediction:

  • Odds of R1 Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic: 1-0
  • Odds of R2 Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic: 2-1
Cardiff vs Charlton Athletic Prediction


  • The recent progress has helped Cardiff City win in the last 3 matches, while Charlton Athletic has lost in the last 3/4 matches when their performance is very poor. With the recent 11/16 away matches making the confidence of the home team The Valley even more unfounded and before a team that has only lost 1/13 recent home games, the more things become. more difficult with them. Therefore, the home team will be a more reliable option.
  • Select: Charlton Athletic to win FT


  • Cardiff City: Alex Smithies, Sean Morrison, Curtis Nelson, Dion Sanderson, Joe Bennett, Will Vaulks, Joe Ralls, Leandro Bacuna, Callum Paterson, Albert Adomah, Junior Hoiletts Profile
  • Charlton Athletic: Dillon Phillips, Jason Pearce, Adedeji Oshilaja, Ben Purrington, Adam Matthews, Jonathan Williams, George Lapslie, Darren Pratley, Andrew Greensmith, Josh Cullen, Lyle Taylor.