Eight of Brentford's last nine league victories against Charlton have arrived on home soil.
Charlton have won four of their last seven league matches against the Bees, losing twice (D1).
Brentford are unbeaten in their last six opening day matches at home, winning five (D1) and keeping four clean sheets in the process.
Charlton have scored in each of their last 10 fixtures on the opening day of the season, winning five (D2 L3).
Brentford took 58 points from a possible 69 at home last season (P23 W19 D1 L3), the best record in League One.
Charlton fired in just 373 shots in 2013/14, fewer than any other side in the second tier.
Only Doncaster (2) scored fewer goals via substitutes in the Championship last season than the Addicks (4).
68% of Charlton's goals last season arrived in the second half; a league-high proportion.
Johnnie Jackson was directly involved in 10 goals last season (5 goals, 5 assists); more than any other Charlton player.
The Bees went 19 games unbeaten between October and February last term (W16 D3); the longest run seen in League One in 2013-14.