Sunday Mirror

Lee has a feel­ing Fleet­wood 2 Ox­ford

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Portsmouth Charl­ton 2

LEE BOWYER had a feel­ing Jonny Wil­liams would break his Charl­ton goal drought against Portsmouth.

The Wales mid­fielder scored his first for the Ad­dicks af­ter more than 50 games for the club be­fore Chuks Aneke sealed a fifth con­sec­u­tive win.

Bowyer smiled: “I said yes­ter­day that Jonny Wil­liams will score his

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JOEY BAR­TON saluted a “good week” af­ter an­other win against Ox­ford.

Cal­lum Camps and Paddy Mad­den en­sured the Cod Army se­cured a third straight vic­tory.

“It’s been a good week’s work for ev­ery­one,” said Fleet­wood boss Bar­ton.

“Gilling­ham is never an easy place to go, and we backed that up at home to Shrews­bury and Ox­ford.”

Ox­ford’s woes were com­pounded by James Henry’s penalty miss.

United boss Karl Robin­son said: “I have no words af­ter that.” first goal for us to­mor­row and every­body started clap­ping and cheer­ing. I had a feel­ing he would score.”

Pom­pey boss Kenny Jack­ett said: “We put a lot of pres­sure on Charl­ton and had the vast ma­jor­ity of the game but couldn’t find the mo­ments in the box.

“Chris Gunter, Adam Matthews and Dar­ren Prat­ley de­fended very well [for Charl­ton] and in the fi­nal third it was tough.”

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