PREVIEW - Walsall v Doncaster
Saddlers face another side around them for the third consecutive game as we welcome Doncaster Rovers to the Banks's Stadium. With a defeat for either side will see them edge closer to the trap door.
Whitney 'I was disappointed we didn`t win on Saturday and so were the players but we have got to get behind them on Tuesday night."
"The games are coming thick and fast but that is how we want it," he said. "We are here to play football. Training is great but we enjoy the games'
Walsall Team News:
Saddlers suffered a few injuries towards the end of Saturdays game so it will be interesting to see what changes Jon Whitney makes tomorrow evening.
Player to watch: Julien Ngoy
Ngoy grabbed a debut goal in our last fixture at home and he will be hoping to add more to his tally.
Doncaster Team News:
Away team news will follow shortly...
Player to watch: John Marquis
Marquis has been one of a few bright sparks in recent weeks and has scored nine goals so far this season.
Match Facts & Stats
Doncaster have drawn five out their last six league games - their other game ended in defeat. Doncaster have not won a league game in eight attempts - their last league win came in 2017.
Walsall have won two of their last ten games.
Walsall have won the last two meetings between the sides at the Banks's Stadium, a brace from Tom Bradshaw in 2015 saw the Saddlers win 2-0.
Referee - JOHN BROOKS Linesmen - Matt Eva and Peter Gooch Fourth Official: Akil Howson
With the form of Doncaster this is a game we must win as we try our best to get away from the drop zone. It has been a season to forget for the Saddlers but a few more victories should see us safe.
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