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A closer look: Swindon Town v Walsall

15 September 2023

Club News

A closer look: Swindon Town v Walsall

15 September 2023

The Saddlers are back on the road tomorrow with a trip to Swindon Town in Sky Bet League Two.

Mat Sadler’s side will be looking for their third consecutive victory when they take on former Head Coach Michael Flynn’s side.

Here is more information and a closer look at tomorrow’s contest.



Tickets for tomorrow’s match are no longer on sale from the Poundland Bescot Stadium and our e-ticketing site.

Saddlers fans will be able to purchase tickets from Swindon on the day. Tickets will be available to purchase from the Away End Ticket Point, subject to availability. Please note, payments are card only. 



Tomorrow’s match will not be available to stream live on iFollow in the UK but is available to international supporters.

Audio commentary is available for just £2.50.

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Mat Sadler: “You can see from the results they’ve had and the goals they’ve scored that they’re a really good attacking team who cause problems that you don’t see week in week out so it will be a tough game for us.”


Michael Flynn: “We are playing some very attractive football and it is not like we are scoring every shot, so hopefully it will continue. And as I have said, I don’t care if we win 1-0 or 9-8 it is just about getting the three points, but I would rather a 1-0, just for the record.”



The Saddlers welcome back Liam Gordon into the fold following his return from international duty with Guyana.

Tom Knowles has also trained this week after missing last weekend’s trip to Salford City through illness.

As for Swindon, former Saddler Liam Kinsella, who has missed the last two matches through injury, is in contention to return. Tom Clayton and Reece Devine are injured. 


Last six matches


09 SEP – Swindon 5-3 Sutton – W – L2

02 SEP – Doncaster 0-0 Swindon – D – L2

26 AUG – Swindon 6-0 Crawley – W – L2

22 AUG – Swindon 2-2 Arsenal U21s – D – EFLT

19 AUG – Wrexham 5-5 Swindon – D – L2

12 AUG – Forest Green 1-2 Swindon – W – L2



09 SEP – Salford 1-2 Walsall – W – L2

02 SEP – Walsall 1-0 Colchester – W – L2

26 Aug – Walsall 1-1 Grimsby – D – L2

22 Aug – Walsall 2-3 Brighton U21s – L – EFLT

19 Aug – Crewe 2-2 Walsall – D – L2

15 Aug – Wrexham 4-2 Walsall – L – L2



Walsall and Swindon have met 105 times altogether and the Robins just have the edge with 39 victories to the Saddlers’ 36 while there have been 30 draws between the two sides.

The Saddlers had the upper hand in the three meetings last season. The first came in the Carabao Cup first round as goals from Danny Johnson and Timmy Abraham saw Walsall progress.

Manny Monthé scored a dramatic injury time winner in Wiltshire to secure three points on Boxing Day in the league while the contest at the Poundland Bescot Stadium in March ended in a goalless draw.

This season, Flynn’s Robins are the league’s top goalscorers and are unbeaten so far.

Walsall head into the game having picked up four points from their last two away matches.



Travelling to the game?

Click here to read Swindon’s first-time visitors guide.

We would like to wish all supporters heading to Swindon a safe journey.


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