Ankergren and Bruno start for Seagulls

Ankergren and Bruno start for Seagulls

Ankergren and Bruno start for Seagulls

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Casper Ankergren makes his first league start for almost a year as Albion continue their play-off push today.

The Dane comes in between the sticks in place of the unwell Tomasz Kuszczak as one of two changes at home to Charlton.

Ankergren's only first-team appearance this term came in the Capital One Cup defeat at home to Newport County.

The other switch sees Bruno resume at right-back after completing a two-game ban.

Bruno replaces Inigo Calderon, who played in away games at Barnsley and Leicester.

Albion: Ankergren; Bruno, Greer, Upson, Ward; Andrews, Stephens, March; Lingard, LuaLua, Ulloa. Subs: Brezovan, Dunk, Rodriguez, Calderon, Mackail-Smith, Forster-Caskey, David Lopez.

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2:25pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Claude Back says...

Oh, FCUK.
Oh, FCUK. Claude Back
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2:27pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

That make us slightly more of an attacking threat than on Tuesday.
That make us slightly more of an attacking threat than on Tuesday. Ex-pat Arnie
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2:31pm Sat 12 Apr 14

challster says...

Back four to do a Stirling job then. Angreken, do kuscak proud, we need a solid one today. Shame about kuscak but illness cannot be avoided. C'mon Amex let's get behind our defence. And build confidence for all 18 available to play today! C'mon the albion.
Back four to do a Stirling job then. Angreken, do kuscak proud, we need a solid one today. Shame about kuscak but illness cannot be avoided. C'mon Amex let's get behind our defence. And build confidence for all 18 available to play today! C'mon the albion. challster
  • Score: 6

2:34pm Sat 12 Apr 14

russellsnr2 says...

Feel that Inigo Calderon has been kicked in the teeth on this one. Putting him back on the subs bench after playing in one of the best team performances is O,O,O.
Feel that Inigo Calderon has been kicked in the teeth on this one. Putting him back on the subs bench after playing in one of the best team performances is O,O,O. russellsnr2
  • Score: 8

2:45pm Sat 12 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

The important thing is that we still have the fire power in the line up and Wrad was past fit to play.
The important thing is that we still have the fire power in the line up and Wrad was past fit to play. VegasSeagull
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2:53pm Sat 12 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

God knows why but I feel more nervous about this match than I did about the game at leicester.
Today, as with Leicester, it's going to be all about pace over the ground and speed of thought to see an opening. Keep the tempo high, use our skills to move the ball around the park and when we lose the ball get back at them quickly.
If we are on top of our game, 3-0 to us.
God knows why but I feel more nervous about this match than I did about the game at leicester. Today, as with Leicester, it's going to be all about pace over the ground and speed of thought to see an opening. Keep the tempo high, use our skills to move the ball around the park and when we lose the ball get back at them quickly. If we are on top of our game, 3-0 to us. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 0

2:59pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Geagulls says...

Starting with KLL at home is positive. Real shame for Calde, though. He was absolutely superb on Tuesday...all over the pitch!
Starting with KLL at home is positive. Real shame for Calde, though. He was absolutely superb on Tuesday...all over the pitch! Geagulls
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7:41pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Falmer Wizard says...

Although Charlton are going through a bad period it is good news that we managed to exceed our one goal a game average.I wondered if I had tuned into the wrong match when I was informed that after an attacking period we had three men up,there have been many appeals for a more attacking game plan at home,suddenly we have two games in succession one away followed by a home game which provided what we had wanted,lets hope this situation continues until the end of the season.
Although Charlton are going through a bad period it is good news that we managed to exceed our one goal a game average.I wondered if I had tuned into the wrong match when I was informed that after an attacking period we had three men up,there have been many appeals for a more attacking game plan at home,suddenly we have two games in succession one away followed by a home game which provided what we had wanted,lets hope this situation continues until the end of the season. Falmer Wizard
  • Score: 1

8:29pm Sat 12 Apr 14

tug509 says...

Vegas ,thats exactly why i had my breakdown the other day ,you called it spot on ,as i did with team choice ,you get minus 3 for your efforts ,and i got ridicule ,i`m sure they will be singing your praises soon !. UTA
Vegas ,thats exactly why i had my breakdown the other day ,you called it spot on ,as i did with team choice ,you get minus 3 for your efforts ,and i got ridicule ,i`m sure they will be singing your praises soon !. UTA tug509
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