Date: 1st February 2016 at 2:29pm
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We return to league action tomorrow knowing a win will take us back into the top two with a game in hand.

Vital Quotes:

Quotes will appear here later.

Doncaster Team News:

Chris Neal has been signed from Port Vale on emergency loan to cover for injured Thorsten Stuckmann.

Defender Andy Butler (groin), winger Cameron Stewart (back), midfielder Harry Middleton and striker Nathan Tyson (both hamstring) are all likely to remain sidelined.

On-loan Stoke teenager Eddy Lecygne is hoping to feature again in midfield as Doncaster chase their first win in five games in all competitions.

Player to watch: Andy WIlliams

Williams has scored 14 goals so far this season and will cause problems all night tomorrow – leave him unmarked at your peril!

Walsall Team News:

Midfielder Bryn Morris is available to make his Walsall debut after his loan from Middlesbrough.

The 19-year-old joined last week but was cup-tied for the Saddlers’ 4-0 FA Cup defeat at Reading on Saturday.

Walsall are expected to keep striker Tom Bradshaw and Romaine Sawyers beyond the transfer deadline and the pair are likely to spearhead the attack.

Isaiah Osbourne is continuing his recovery from a long-term knee injury he suffered in the summer.

Player to watch: Tom Bradshaw

Super Tom scored a superb double against Doncaster earlier this season and will be hoping to score a few more tomorrow (should he stay) to fire the Saddlers into the promotion places.

Match Facts & Stats

Walsall have won their last four games against Doncaster – their last three games have all been won to nil.

Walsalls last defeat in Doncaster came in 2006.

Ref Watch:

Ben Toner will be the man in charge of the clash between Doncaster Rovers and Walsall.

The Lancashire official has taken charge of 18 games so far this season showing 66 yellow cards and 2 reds.

Match officials are as follows –

Referee: BEN TONER (Lancashire)
Assistants: Wayne Grunnill and David Storrie
Fourth Official: Ricky Wootton

This is his first full season in the Football League and it will be the first time that he has taken charge of a game involving Walsall.

Match Prediction:

Given our recent record against Donny then I would go for a 2-0 win for the Saddlers. Bradshaw and Lalkovic (if both are still here!)

Next Fixtures:

06.02.16 – WALSALL v Millwall