We welcome MK Dons to the Banks’s Stadium as we look to continue our unbeaten start to 2014 and cement our place further in the top 6.
Walsall Team News:
Walsall welcome back Andy Taylor following his lay off with a knee problem.
James Chambers was passed fit also so Dean Smith has a full squad to choose from.
Player to watch: Febian Brandy
Brandy this week said he feels that Walsall are too good to be in League 1 and the on loan winger will be right if he continues to bang in the goals! His pace and trickery will cause Dean Lewington problems all afternoon.
MK Dons Team News:
MK Dons have no injury worries.
Player to watch: Ben Reeves
Versatile Ben Reeves hasplayed in defence, in midfield and upfront this season and is the clubs current leading goalscorer with 8 goals.
Match Facts & Stats
Walsall have played MK Dons 17 times since the nme change. Walsall winning 5, MK Dons 6 and drawing 6.
Walsall have won 2 of the 8 games played here at the Banks’s Stadium, with our last win coming last season thanks to a goal by Dean Holden.
Man in the middle is James Linington from Isle Of Wight.
So far in 2013/14, Linington has refereed 23 games and shown 73 yellow and two red cards.
MK Dons have lost the last three games and have failed to score so I will go for a 2-0 Walsall win.
Rememeber that on he 15th minute we shall all stand, applaud and sing Kris Taylor’s name to show our support for our former player who has just been diagnosed with cancer