On Saturday, Salford City and Walsall will square off at the Peninsula Stadium; both teams are just outside the playoff spots.
Since the middle of October, Walsall has gone unbeaten in eight games across all competitions, while Salford has won three of the previous four meetings between the two teams.
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Salford City vs Walsall Tips and Prediction
Owners of Salford City’s Project 92 have seen the Ammies regrettably struggle lately as they play out their fourth season in League Two.
Neil Wood’s team would be passed by Walsall if they lost at the Peninsula Stadium despite being only two points behind Mansfield Town, who hold the final playoff spot.
The main owners of Salford, which also includes former Manchester United players David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, and Phil Neville, saw the Ammies lose their previous six games.
Theo Vassell, Ryan Watson, and Callum Hendry scored for the Ammies in a comfortable 3-0 victory over Gillingham to give them their first league victory in four games.
Lorent Tolaj’s first-half goal gave the team a 1-0 victory over Bradford City in the Football League Trophy, giving them much-needed confidence going into a potentially difficult matchup against one of the league’s best teams.
Walsall, who have been mired in League Two for as long as Salford has, have amassed an astonishing 20 points from their previous nine games.
Walsall, who are Saturday’s opponents but are only one point below them, have been on a roll lately after most recently defeating Doncaster Rovers 2-0.
The Saddlers advanced to the third round of the FA Cup before triumph at the Eco-Power Stadium by defeating Carlisle United 2-1 late in the second half thanks to goals from Andy Williams and Douglas James-Taylor.
It might come as a surprise that Walsall has never appeared in the playoffs in the fourth division of English football since being demoted from League One in the 2018–19 season.
Walsall could finish the weekend in the top seven spots in League Two if results go their way.
Walsall hopes to avenge their loss to Salford City from the previous campaign and should have enough attack in the final third to secure another triumph.