Date: 30th October 2018 at 9:42am
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Banks's Stadium

League 1

27/10/2018 3:00 pm

Attendance: 4265

Referee: Neil Hair

Walsall Wycombe
Cook 36' Osbourne 52' Gape 84 OG' Leahy 80 OG' Samuel 90+3'
Roberts Allsop
Martin McCarthy
Guthrie El-Abd
Leahy Jacobson
Ronan Cowan-Hall 68
Dobson Thompson 78
Osbourne Morris
Morris Onyedima
Ferrier 86 Akinfenwa
Cook Mackail-Smith 68


Dunn Gape 78
Devlin Bean
Johnson Kashket 68
Ginnelly 86 Charles
Kinsella Freeman
Ismail Samuel 68
Gordon Ma-Kalamby

Game Statistics

15 Goal attempts 13
9 On Target 5
6 Corners 6
16 Fouls 10
1 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
52 % 48

The Saddlers finally got back to winning ways with a 3-2 victory over Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.

It should have been a lot easier however the Saddlers conceded a last minute penalty to put fear into the home fans that we may just balls up the lead – in typical Walsall fashion.

Goals from Andy Cook, Isaiah Osbourne and an own goal gave the Saddlers victory but a bizarre own goal from Luke Leahy and a dubious penalty against George Dobson gave the away side hope.

There were other chances in the game and the Saddlers were fortunate not to be behind in the first half as Craig Mackail-Smith and Paris Cowan-Hall missed good chances.

They led against the run of play as Connor Ronan’s teasing free-kick was headed home by Cook, and Isaiah Osbourne slotted home after Ryan Allsop had saved from Kane Wilson.

Saddlers gave debut to former Norwich and Rangers captain Russell Martin who was vocal throughout.

That was the Saddlers first home win in the league since August and now the Saddlers have two more home league games before we go on our travels once more.