Lee has a feeling Fleetwood 2 Oxford
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
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.”