Wright-Phillips the difference

Bradley Wright-Phillips made it two goals in two games to secure a 1-0 victory at Yeovil to take Charlton up to fifth.

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The former Plymouth frontman was on hand to slot home from a Johnnie Jackson corner to give Chris Powell's side all three points.

Jackson was denied by Stephen Henderson early on before Paul Huntington headed over from a corner for Yeovil.

Terry Skiverton's team dominated thereafter but could not make it count and were duly punished just after the hour mark.

Jackson swung over a corner and his delivery was pounced on by Wright-Phillips, who fired into the top corner from six yards.M

Defeat leaves the Glovers just two points above the relegation zone.

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