Current Holders: Salford

Current table

1Stockport421353391811553818+41 82 (C)
2Chorley42153348159663827+44 81 (P)
3Brackley42145244208672821+31 77
4Spennymoor421164382511464023+30 76
5Altrincham42966412611554732+30 71
6Blyth Sptns42113743319663131+12 69
7Bradford PA4296630279574135+9 65
8Telford42117333216783134+9 65
9Chester42108337256692337-2 62
10Kidderminster42103840337682829+6 60
11Boston Utd42831029319483329+2 58
12York42104732276692637-6 58
13Leamington4287630255882736-4 54
14Southport4269631297592726+3 53
15Alfreton4257928398582528-14 51
16Darlington4276826215883241-4 50
17Hereford FC42768263141072127-11 49
18Curzon A42551119428582530-28 49
19Guiseley425106252947102131-14 44
20Ashton Utd424512174253132645-44 35 (R)
21FC Utd421713254673112436-33 34 (R)
22Nuneaton421317175134142245-57 19 (R)

Match in Focus


Charlton v Sunderland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Sunderland drew 20 of their 48 league and playoff games this season.
Expert verdict
After missing out on automatic promotion and scraping past Portsmouth, nerves could set in for Sunderland at Wembley. But they are resolute defensively and it could take time for Charlton, who have already been to the national stadium and lost once this year, to wear them down.



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