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Saddlers go South

Bournemouth
vs.
Walsall

Fitness first stadium

4th Sept 2007

7.45pm kick off

Walsall go south and hope for some rich pickings from the Cherries in the JPT. Walsall are licking there wounds after a poor start whilst there is unrest amoungst some Cherries fans who have seen finicial troubles hit the prospects of a decent season

Vital Quotes:

It's been a bit quiet on the old quote front so far, but we will update as we hear more.

Bournemouth Team News:

The nature of the early JPT rounds means that there is every likely hood of players been tried and other rested. It is likely that some of Bournemouths older players may have to settle for a place on the bench, such as Anderton and Bradbury whilst Pitman maybe given a run out up front. Some are sugesting a chance in keeper as well.

Player to watch: Josh Gowling

The young centre half has impressed when I have seen him, It will be interesting to see if he has made the progress which would sugest that he is on the way to bigger better things.

Walsall Team News:

Just How will DD play this one, we need a win to booast whilst it would be nice to see what other players can do.
With news limited on Alan Picken and Tommy Mooney injured, Sonko and Bradley away on international duty it is certain there will be changes. Troy Deeney ay get another run out and some say Martin Butler will be given a place on the bench to aid his recovery from the virus, despite his 90 minutes on saturday. In midfield Sonner is out and Dobbson came off injured saturday so a make shift centre midfield is possible.

Player to watch: Troy Deeney

Has found the step up bigger than some thought he would a goal would make all the difference to his confidence.

Match Facts & Stats

Last Trophy meeting saw Matty Fryatt score the winner at Bescot whilst our last visit south saw a battling 0-0 despite Julian Benetts first half sending off and Anthony's rant and then manager Merson.

Match Prediction:

Hard one since no one knows what changes will be made....I will pray for the win

Next Fixtures:

Port Fail home saturday please note the 1pm kick off


Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Tuesday September 4 2007
Time: 1:48PM

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