Walsall are back on the road as Mat Sadler’s side visit Mansfield Town in Sky Bet League Two.
Here is more information and a closer look at tomorrow’s game.
Tickets for tomorrow’s game have now gone off sale at the Poundland Bescot Stadium.
Tickets will be available to buy on the day. Please note, The One Call Stadium is a cashless stadium so only card payments will be accepted.
A reminder of Mansfield’s matchday prices:
ADULTS - £23
SENIORS - £21
YOUNG ADULT - £19
JUNIOR - £15
**CHILD - £11
**UNDER 7 – FREE
FAMILY TICKET - £24
** Any child under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a full paying adult or senior.
Tomorrow’s match will not be streamed live on iFollow in the UK but is available to international supporters.
Audio commentary is available for just £2.50.
Match passes are available here.
FROM THE DUGOUT
Mat Sadler: “They’re a really good team, they’ve got a deep squad and they’re showing that in their performances. It’s a fantastic challenge for us and we’re looking forward to the game.”
Nigel Clough: "We've got four on the spin at home now, a league game and three different cup competitions so it's a big 10 days. We've got to keep it going, each time we say 'not today, don't lose today' and that's what we'll be saying on Saturday."
Freddie Draper will be assessed ahead of the game after he was forced off on Tuesday night. Harry Williams’ condition will also be monitored after he picked up an injury earlier this week.
Oisin McEntee, Priestley Farquharson and David Okagbue are working their ways back to fitness while Aramide Oteh remains sidelined with a hamstring injury.
As for Mansfield, Rhys Oates is expected to be out with an ankle problem while Stephen Quinn, Elliott Hewitt and Alfie Kilgour are sidelined.
Baily Cargill will be available for selection after missing the previous match through suspension.
Last six matches
24 OCT – HARROGATE 1-4 MANSFIELD – W – L2
14 OCT – NOTTS COUNTY 1-4 MANSFIELD – W – L2
10 OCT – MANSFIELD 3-2 DONCASTER – W – EFLT
07 OCT – MANSFIELD 0-0 AFC WIMBLEDON – D – L2
03 OCT – MANSFIELD 0-0 WREXHAM – D – L2
30 SEP – GILLINGHAM 1-1 MANSFIELD – D – L2
24 OCT – WALSALL 1-1 CRAWLEY – D – L2
20 OCT – NEWPORT 3-3 WALSALL – D – L2
14 OCT – WALSALL 4-1 GILLINGHAM – W – L2
10 OCT – WALSALL 1-1 FOREST GREEN (2-4 PENS) – D – EFLT
07 OCT – SUTTON 4-0 WALSALL – L – L2
03 OCT – WALSALL 0-0 MK DONS – D – L2
Walsall and Mansfield have met 65 times overall in all competitions.
In recent years, there has been little to separate to the two clubs with two victories apiece and two draws out of the last six meetings.
The victories have favoured the home side while the two draws came in the 2020-21 season.
Walsall’s last victory at Mansfield was a 3-1 victory back in December 1994.
The Stags last tasted defeat on April 29th at the back end of last season against Harrogate Town.
Since the start of the 2021-22 season, Mansfield have lost just 10 times at the One Call Stadium in the league.
The Saddlers have won just twice on the road so far this campaign but have netted 13 goals away from home in eight league games and will be keen to build on their last away outing which was a 3-3 draw at Newport County.
AWAY FANS GUIDE
Click here to read Mansfield’s guide for visiting supporters.