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Mantom missing for Walsall

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Walsall remain without Sam Mantom for the visit of Gillingham.

The midfielder is still suffering from a knee injury which has restricted him to just four games this term.

He is their only absentee following Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Preston which sent the Saddlers to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.

The game is being played at 6pm on Sunday to avoid a clash with the Bescot Sunday Market and because Gillingham were unwilling to play midweek after their Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Area final...

Walsall end Wembley wait

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Walsall ended their 127-year Wembley wait as they reached the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final following a 0-0 draw with Preston.

The Saddlers, who have never been to Wembley in their history, edged through 2-0 on aggregate after their first-leg win.

Tom Bradshaw had Walsall's best chance in a scrappy game while Sylvan Ebanks-Blake hit the crossbar and Chris Humphrey was denied by Richard O'Donnell for underwhelming Preston.

The final whistle sparked a pitch invasion from the home fans and the Saddlers...

Luckless U's in deep trouble

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Colchester's relegation fears deepened when they were beaten 2-0 by Walsall for a fifth successive home league defeat.

Colchester almost took a first-minute lead when Walsall goalkeeper Richard O'Donnell denied Sanchez Watt.

The U's went even closer to scoring four minutes later through Sammie Szmodics, who raced through on goal only to be foiled by O'Donnell.

Walsall's Jordan Cook clattered the woodwork from a tight angle and the Saddlers took the lead just after the half-hour mark through Anthony...

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Former West Brom coach Albert McPherson dies

West Brom paid tribute to their former first team and youth coach Albert McPherson, who died at the weekend.

The Baggies announced on Monday that Salford-born McPherson had passed away the previous day aged 87.

As a player he was a centre-half who made over 350 appearances for Walsall and skippered them through back-to-back promotions from the fourth to second tiers in 1959-60 and 1960-61.

After leaving the Saddlers in 1964, he became trainer-coach at West Brom under Jimmy Hagan.

McPherson worked...

Iron flatten Saddlers

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Walsall crashed to a third successive home league defeat as Scunthorpe won 4-1 at the Banks's Stadium.

The Saddlers simply fell apart at the back as the lively visitors scored two in each half to continue their climb up the table.

After dominating the opening exchanges but failing to cash in on their chances - Anthony Forde twice shooting wide - Walsall were suddenly hit by two Scunthorpe goals in a 15-minute burst.

First they lost possession near the halfway line and Gary McSheffrey crossed low into...