LONDON CALL-IN: RUNNING ORDER
Coming up from 7pm this evening on London Call-In, in association with EQ8 energy drink:
7:05pm: Tonight's competition and topic of debate
7:10pm: Charlton highlights and reaction
7:25pm: The team preview Saturday's match against Leeds United
7:35pm: Mark Prince joins us on the sofa to talk about his up coming fight
7:45pm: The latest odds QPR from Bet Victor
7:50pm: A look back at Tiger Feet 5
FULL-TIME: Charlton 1, QPR 0. Johnnie Jackson's injury time winner sealed QPR's third consecutive Championship defeat. Full reaction and report to follow of a disappointing afternoon in south London.
QPR looking to make their third and final change in a moment with Yossi Benayoun kitted up and ready to come on.
76 mins: Head in hands moment as a chance goes begging for Rangers. The ball is passed back to Charlton keeper Yohann Thuram who plays it straight to the feet of Maiga but after beating the keeper at a tight angle he's unable to keep the ball in play with the goal unprotected.
Here comes Maiga as he replaces Kevin Doyle.
Looks like Harry has just had a word with Modibo Maiga and he is readying himself to come on.
60 mins: QPR should have just taken the lead! Ravel Morrison was set-up inside the Charlton Athletic penalty area but his side footed shot was scuffed wide of the target when he was called upon. Real chance for the R's that.
All the subs out warming-up at half-time. Doesn't look like there will be any chances as Charlton make their way back onto the pitch, followed by the R's.
HALF-TIME: It is 0-0 at The Valley going in the break where QPR can count themselves lucky not to be behind. That is despite Rangers seeing lots of the ball, new boy Ravel Morrison going closest with a half volley. Charlton have had the best chance of the afternoon to take the lead after striking both posts within a matter of seconds but thankfully for the R's they didn't go in.