Here’s your bitesize build-up to this weekend’s game between Walsall and Doncaster Rovers at the Bescot Stadium.
Grant McCann is likely to name an unchanged side following last weekend’s win over Luton Town.
Herbie Kane is fine after coming off against the Hatters with a slight niggle.
Possible: Marosi, Mason, Wright, Butler, Andrew, Whiteman, Kane, Blair, Coppinger, Wilks, Marquis.
Walsall 4 Rovers 2
February 13, 2018, League One
This horror show arguably resulted in Doncaster altering their defensive mindset under Darren Ferguson – becoming more no-nonsense.
Walsall waltzed into a 3-0 half time lead, Rovers were not at the races. Two late goals from Tommy Rowe and Niall Mason failed to save their blushes.
The Saddlers finished four places below Doncaster last season, in 19th.
But they won more points at home than Rovers, 33 compared to 30.
Rovers have lost on their last three visits to the Bescot Stadium.
Their last victory there came on the opening day of the promotion-winning 2012/13 season when Chris Brown (inset), David Cotterill and Kyle Bennett scored in a 3-0 win.
Walsall have won the last seven meetings between the two sides.
Walsall wins: 32
Rovers wins: 21
Walsall 2/1 Draw 11/5 Rovers 7/5