HUDDERSFIELD Town's game at Charlton tomorrow is the top draw in London – at least as far as football is concerned.
Unusually, none of the capital’s six Premier League clubs have a home game, with QPR at Manchester United, Fulham at Stoke and Arsenal at Aston Villa.
Chelsea fans must wait until Sunday for Rafa Benitez’s first match in charge, a mouth-watering clash with Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.
Across the city at White Hart Lane, Tottenham host West Ham.
On a day when England host South Africa in their latest Autumn rugby clash at Twickenham. tomorrow’s other football matches in London are at Brentford (against Sheffield United in League I), Leyton Orient (versus Preston in League I) and Dagenham and Redbridge (where Fleetwood visit in League II).
Having visited Millwall four weeks ago, when they went down 4-0, Town will be back in South London on Saturday, December 22, when they face Crystal Palace (5.20 kick-off).