At the Poundland Bescot Stadium on Saturday, Walsall will take on Crawley Town in an effort to resume their winning ways in League Two.
The visitors travel to the West Midlands after winning at home against Barrow, while the hosts enter this match off of a draw against Carlisle United.
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Walsall FC vs Crawley Tips and Prediction
With 24 points from their first 18 games played in 2022–23, Walsall has had a respectable start to the season and is now ranked 13th in the league.
Since coming over, manager Michael Flynn has done a great job, and his team’s five-game winning streak in all competitions has pleased fans.
The Saddlers’ most recent game was a 0-0 draw against Carlisle United at Brunton Park, a game in which they were deserving of at least a share of the spoils.
Flynn will be sure that his team can maintain their outstanding play at the Poundland Bescot Stadium, where they have racked up 17 points from nine games so far this season, when they return home this weekend. With a win over Crawley Town this weekend, Walsall may climb as high as 11th in the division if things go their way.
Crawley Town will be dissatisfied with their League Two performances thus far this season as they now sit in 18th place and are only five points above the relegation zone with 17 games remaining.
Lewis Young, the interim manager who has led Crawley to an unblemished record while in charge, has been brought in to attempt and turn around the team’s fortunes.
In their most recent game, Crawley won for the first time in five games against Barrow at The People’s Pension Stadium thanks to a goal from Ashley Nadesan. With 17 games completed and a current standing of 18th in League Two, Crawley Town will be unhappy with their performance so far this season. They are only five points above the relegation zone.
In their most recent game against Barrow at The People’s Pension Stadium, Crawley won for the first time in five games thanks to a goal from Ashley Nadesan.
A fascinating match that will be hotly contested will result from the fact that both teams will enter this one hoping to advance the table.
On the day, though, there will be no separating Walsall and Crawley, making a draw the most likely result.