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Charlton Athletic: Five wins from six and the emergence of Tony Watt and Frederic Bulot

13 March 2015

The Guy Luzon revolution is alive and kicking at Charlton Athletic and his side face Blackburn Rovers this weekend.

Luzon took over on 13th January when the Addicks sat mid-table but, five winless games later, which started with a 5-0 thumping at Watford, Charlton were looking over their shoulders in 20th, just three points above the relegation zone.

Since then, the former Standard Liege boss has turned things around impressively at The Valley, collecting five wins in six – three by a 3-0 scoreline – to sit 12th, ahead of their clash with 10th-placed Blackburn Rovers.

Only promotion-chasing Norwich City can match the Addicks' scintillating form over the last six matches, while Rovers have registered nine points from their most recent six, which includes a late midweek triumph against Bolton Wanderers.

Last time out, Charlton overcame Cardiff City for their third victory on the spin, and front man Tony Watt got himself on the scoresheet again. Alongside Frederic Bulot, Watt has emerged as one of Luzon's star players, bagging three in three. He's also good at retaining the ball...

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