Charlton's clash with Ipswich on Boxing Day is still on despite a Tube strike

Charlton Athletic: Game v Ipswich still on

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Charlton expect their Boxing Day clash at home to Ipswich to go ahead despite the proposed Tube strike.

Arsenal may postpone their game against West Ham due the strike, which threatens travel chaos in the capital.

London Underground drivers are to stage three strikes, the first of which is scheduled for Boxing Day, in a row over Bank Holiday pay.

Members of Aslef will walk out for 24 hours on December 26, and again on January 18 and 25.

QPR and Fulham are also hosting Premier League games in the capital while in the Football League Charlton, Leyton Orient, Dagenham and AFC Wimbledon are at home, but all those matches are expected to go ahead.

The Addicks' Valley ground is chiefly served by Charlton railway station.

The club told Press Association Sport: "We are monitoring the situation but can't see there being any problems."