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Charlton look to maintain unbeaten start

Last Updated: 08/10/11 3:47pm

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Chris Powell: Charlton boss has seeen his side go undefeated through opening weeks

Chris Powell: Charlton boss has seeen his side go undefeated through opening weeks

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League One leaders Charlton Athletic look to maintain their unbeaten start to the season on Saturday.

The Addicks are five points clear at the summit and they will be looking to continue that form as they host Tranmere Rovers.

With MK Dons not playing until Monday as they travel to Oldham live on Sky Sports and Preston not in action as their game with Sheffield United has been postponed, Sheffield Wednesday have the chance to move into second.

Wednesday face Chesterfield in a local derby at Hillsborough.

Like Charlton, Huddersfield remain unbeaten so far this season and Lee Clark's men will defend that status at home to Stevenage.

On Sunday and live on Sky Sports, high flying Notts County and Hartlepool will have the chance to move into the play-off spots when they meet at Meadow Lane.

At the wrong end of the table, basement side Leyton Orient and second from bottom Exeter City are both looking for successive wins.

Orient face a trip to Scunthorpe, whilst Exeter travel to Bury.

Wycombe and Yeovil could both move out of the relegation zone with victory on Saturday. The Chairboys host Walsall at Adams Park, while Yeovil travel to Colchester.

Brentford face the long trip north to face Carlisle United. Victory for the Bees could take them into the top six, while the home side could climb as high as seventh with victory.

Finally, Bournemouth play host to Rochdale on the South Coast.

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