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Match preview: Morecambe v Charlton Athletic

22 November 2021

Charlton Athletic are the visitors to the Mazuma Stadium in Sky Bet League One on Tuesday 23 November.

Both sides head into the fixture on the back of league wins, with Morecambe claiming maximum points and the bragging rights in last Saturday's Lancashire derby away at Fleetwood Town, whereas the Addicks beat league leaders Plymouth Argyle 2-0 at The Valley.

Tuesday night's clash will be the first time the two teams have met in any kind of game, having never previously faced off since either club was formed.

The Opposition

Form guide

Athletic have enjoyed an up and down start to the 2021/22 campaign and currently sit 12th in the table. Since taking over as manager following the sacking of Nigel Adkins last month, caretaker boss Johnnie Jackson has taken charge of seven matches, winning five, drawing one and losing one, averaging out at 2.29 points-per-match.

Jackson enjoyed a successful playing career that spanned across 492 games, 20 of which came in the Premier League for North London outfit Tottenham Hotspur. The 39-year-old also represented the likes of Watford, Derby County and his current employers Charlton Athletic. Throughout his career, he scored 75 goals and provided 35 assists. In his one previous spell as caretaker manager at Charlton, Jackson won his one game at the helm, overcoming Bristol Rovers in League One by three goals to two back in March 2021.

Addicks' key players

Leading Athletic's goalscoring tally so far is striker Jayden Stockley who has racked up a total of 10 goals in all competitions. The 28-year-old arrived in the summer on a permanent deal from Preston North End after spending a six month loan spell at the club last season. In 370 career appearances to-date, the Poole-born man has scored 105 times.

Another summer arrival is experienced midfielder Harry Arter who is on a season-long loan from Championship side Nottingham Forest. The 31-year-old Irish international has experience across the top three divisions in English football, making 94 appearances in the Premier League for Bournemouth and Cardiff City respectively, scoring a total of three goals.

Tricky winger Jonathan Leko is enjoying his second spell at The Valley having initially spent the first six months of the 2019/20 season with the South-East London club. Despite his young age, the 22-year-old Birmingham City man already boasts an impressive level of experience, with 170 appearances to his name, including over 10 games in the top flight. Leko has represented England at youth level, from the U16s through to the U20s, and is currently joint leader of Charlton's assist table with three (alongside Elliot Lee).

Shrimps’ pre-match thoughts

First team coach Diarmuid O'Carroll was full of praise when discussing Tuesday night's opponents ahead of the fixture.

He said: “They have a lot of quality within their squad, the money they have behind them, the size of the club and the support that they have, they are a big club. 

“I think there was twenty-odd-thousand at their game the other day, we have gone away and watched their games, reviewed them and we know that they are a good side. 

“You look at them and they should be in the top-half of the table, we will go out there and compete, and on our day we are a very good side as well.” 

Meet the men in black

Tyne-and-Wear based Andy Haines will take charge of the clash, with Peter Gooch and Paul Graham running the lines. Matthew Parry will take up the position of fourth official.

Haines has taken charge of 15 games so far this season, including our Papa John's Trophy fixture at home to Everton U21s earlier in the campaign. In those games, he has issued a total of 42 yellow cards without producing a red.

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Match Reports

Report: Shrimps 2-2 Charlton Athletic

23 November 2021

Morecambe 2-2 Charlton Athletic
Tuesday 23 November 2021
Kick-off: 7:45pm
The Mazuma Stadium
Sky Bet League One
Attendance: 4,009 (690 away)

The Shrimps battle back from two goals down as strikes from Cole Stockton and Anthony O’Connor sees the home side secure a point. 

The first attempt on target of the game found its intended target and gave the Addicks the lead after two minutes. 

A drilled effort by Jaiyesimi was too hot to handle for Jokull Andresson in the Shrimps goal and gave the visitors the dream start at the Mazuma Stadium

On the 22nd minute it was the visitors again who looked likely to find the back of the net, after carrying the ball a long, George Dobson laid it off to Josh Davison, but the midfielder’s effort was over the bar. 

Five minutes later, Charlton doubled their lead. 

A long punt downfield by goalkeeper Craig MacGillivray was touched down nicely by Washington before lifting the ball over the top of the on-rushing Andresson. 

The Shrimps hit back just two minutes later from the penalty spot. A chipped ball into Stockton was brought down well by the striker, only for him to be pulled down by Chris Gunter who had got the wrong side of his man. 

Up-stepped the confident Stockton who fired the ball straight down the middle to give Stephen Robinson’s men a way back into this game. 

Half-time: Morecambe 1-2 Charlton Athletic

Ten minutes after the start of the second-half, the home side thought they had found their leveller through Jonah Ayunga. 

A venomous effort from Alfie McCalmont thundered against the crossbar and dropped perfectly for Ayunga to prod home, however the referee had blown his whistle for an infringement in the build up. 

On the 71st minute the Shrimps came close to levelling the game up, after his free-kick at the weekend against Fleetwood Town, Callum Jones was clearly up for notching another. On this occasion his effort was just wide of the mark. 

Robinson’s men would not be denied their equaliser and it came a minute later. A delicious corner from McCalmont was prodded home by the O’Connor to net his first league goal of the season. 

With 10 minutes of the game remaining, Stockton almost added another strike to his already flourishing Goal of the Season competition, catching an effort on the volley from 30-years out that had Craig MacGillvray scrambling. 

Full-time: Morecambe 2-2 Charlton Athletic

We are back at the Mazuma Stadium on Saturday as we host Milton Keynes Dons in Sky Bet League One. 

Morecambe: Andresson, McLaughlin, Leigh, O’Connor, Jones, Stockton, Delaney, Ayunga, McLoughlin, Duffus (Phillips 69’), McCalmont.

Subs not used: Da Silva Mendes, Cooney, Gibson, McDonald, Diagouraga, Wootton. 

Goals: Stockton (P) 29’, O’Connor 72’

Bookings: Ayunga 60’, Leigh 90’ 

Red Cards: None

Charlton Athletic: MacGillivray, Gunter (Kirk 80’), Purrington, Dobson, Famewo, Jaiyesimi (Blackett-Taylor 73’), Gilbey, Washington, Lee, Davison (Burstow 86’), Clare. 

Subs not used: Harness, Morgan, Watson, Elerewe. 

Goals: Jaiyesimi 2’, Washington 27’ 

Bookings: Gunter 28’, Dobson 69’

Red Cards: None

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Ticket News

Charlton Athletic (H) ticket details

11 November 2021

Tickets are now on sale for our Sky Bet League One game against Charlton Athletic.

Morecambe v Charlton Athletic 
Mazuma Stadium
Tuesday 23 November 2021

Kick Off: 19:45 pm

Tickets are available in the Bartercard Stand, MGS Terrace and Wright & Lord Stand.

Prices for the fixture are listed below. 

Seating Prices:

Adult £ 25

65+ £20

Young Adult 18-22 £ 15

Junior 14-17 £7

Under 14 £5


Adult £20

65+ £15

Young Adult 18-22 £10

Junior 14-17 £5

Under 14 £3

Fans are strongly advised to purchase tickets in advance of the fixture to avoid delays on the day of the match. Tickets can be purchased in advance from The Morecambe FC Club Shop, online or over the phone.

  • For online sales please go to Morecambe FC (
  • For phone sales please call 01524 411797 (option 3)
  • Call into the club shop, open Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm and matchdays 10am to 3pm

We have a limited number of wheelchair spaces available, please contact the club shop directly to purchase these spaces along with carer tickets.

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