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Preview: Walsall Vs Plymouth Argyle

Preview: Walsall Vs Plymouth Argyle

The Saddlers welcome Devon club Plymouth Argyle tommorow for their clash in npower league one.

It is set to be an exciting clash as the Saddlers will show off two much needed attacking signings, Jon Macken and Reuben Reid.

The Pilgrims were relegated last season from the championship and have enjoyed a win against Southamption, crashed out of the league cup thanks to Notts County and drew 1-1 at the weekend to Carlisle so far this season.

The Saddlers are at full strength, but Argle have injury woes with Anton Peterlin, Yannick Bolasie and Ryan Leonard ruled out, although Reda Johnson returns after Ankle trouble.

Team for the Saddlers: Jon Macken is likely to start, and we forsee that Nicholls will drop to the bench, as Byfield looked creative last Saturday. Reuben Reid is also set to get his debut, as the most likely replacement of Steve Jones.

Predicited Team: Brain, McGivern, Lancashire, Smith, Lescott, Gray, Richards, Taundry, Reid, Byfield, Macken.

Score: Plymouth Argle have had a inconsistent early start to the season, as have the Sadddlers. Walsall looked alot brighter last week at Brentford, and this sentiment will only be boosted by the new signings, as well as being back home.

2-1 Saddlers



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Writer:Robyn Richards
Date:Friday August 20 2010
Time: 7:23PM

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