Date: 5th February 2016 at 10:19am
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We welcome Millwall to the Banks’s Stadium for yet another SIX POINTER. Make the Banks’s Stadium a fortress for the remaining games and be loud and proud!

Vital Quotes:

Walsall Team News:

Walsall are sweating on the fitness of Neil Etheridge who is trying to recover from his injury last weekend.

Isaiah Osbourne is still some distance from full match fitness.

Player to watch: Milan Lalkovic

Milan has already expressed his desire to do his best for the club between now and May despite his contract being up but we know we will always get 110% from Milan when he puts on the red shirt.

Milan scored the winner at The New Den earlier this season and will be hoping to do the same again.

Millwall Team News:

Centre-back Mark Beevers will be suspended for the trip to the Bescott Stadium after he was sent off in Millwall`s 1-0 win over Oxford United on Tuesday night.
Shaun Cummings went off injured in the 68th minute with Joe Martin (above) coming on and playing as a centre-back alongside Byron Webster as the Lions fell just short of rescuing the tie.
Jed Wallace finished the game at right-back, but Harris won`t want to remove one of his most creative players from his attack should Cummings miss out.

Carlos Edwards is still missing.

Player to watch: Lee Gregory

Gregory has scored ten goals for Millwall this season and will prove a threat all afternoon.

Match Facts & Stats

Millwall have won four out their last six games.

Walsall have lost just once at home v Millwall in 10 years.

Millwall have the seven worst away record this season, whilst Walsall have the seven best home record.

Ref Watch:

Referee: Trevor Kettle
Linesmen: David Benton and Alix Pashley

Fourth Official: Philip Dermott
He has however already taken in nineteen other matches so far in 2015-16 and in those games, across all competitions and football divisions, he has handed out a total of 74 yellow cards and seven red cards.

He was most card happy in the match between Preston North End and Wolverhampton Wanderers on September 26 with a total of six yellows being shown plus two reds. He also showed seven yellow cards in the Wimbledon v Morecambe game in October and backed that up in November with five yellows and two red in the match between Barnet and Mansfield.

Match Prediction:

This is a six pointer and we normally do well in bigger games – I expect another Saddlers victory. 1-0, Bradshaw for us.

Next Fixtures:

13.02.16 – Crewe v WALSALL