Date: 21st July 2009 at 2:40pm
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Tonight sees the visit of Premiership newboys and our fierce rivals Wolves (or the Dingles to you and I).

It will also see the return of former Saddler Andrew Surman, who completed his move from Southampton earlier in the summer.

The Wolves squad will have a strong presence, with Sylvain Ebanks-Blake and Andy Keogh included for tonight’s game (KO 7.45pm).

For the Saddlers, we will have our first glimpse on home toil of our new signings, with Mark Hughes and Sam Parkin set to start, along with trialists Jamie Vincent and Peter Till.

According to some sources, another trialist could be in action tonight called Blair Sturrock.

The 27-year-old striker, who is the son of Swindon manager Paul Sturrock, was released from Swindon at the end of last season after a not very prolific three years making just 22 appearances and scoring six goals.

However, Hutch is rumoured to have offered the former Scottish youth international a chance to prove he is worth signing up.

 

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