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Dean Keates Pleased With Walsall's Rebuilt Attacking Line

Keates, who recruited Andy Cook, Morgan Ferrier, and Josh Gordon over the summer, admits that it is still early days but is happy with what he has seen from his new front-line, especially with the partnership between Cook and Ferrier already beginning to bear fruit.

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The Trust: Fans v Legends Match Details Confirmed

The match is scheduled to kick-off 2.00pm and will see twenty-two Saddlers fans fans take on a Walsall FC Legends and Guests side, in what has become the Supporters' Trust's largest fundraising event of the year.

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Walsall's Development Team Put Five Past Nike Academy

Despite not entering this season's running of the Central League, Ward's side won't be short of match action as, along with various behind closed doors friendlies, they will be taking part in the Walsall, Staffordshire, and Birmingham Senior Cups, giving them plenty of potential matches to sink their teeth in to.

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Ref Watch: v Gillingham (H)

Ref Watch: v Gillingham (H)

Dean Keates' side are undefeated so far this season and arrive at this weekend's clash on the back of their midweek Carabao Cup - First Round victory over Tranmere Rovers.

The Saddlers have taken four of a possible six points from their opening two league games and will be keen to keep up their momentum as they welcome the Gills to Banks's Stadium this weekend.

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Loan Watch: Rushall Hold Coalville to a Draw With Injury Time Equaliser

19 year-old Slinn, who joined the Saddlers on a free transfer after being released by Port Vale at the end of last season, enjoyed a loan spell with the Pics towards the end of the 2017/18 campaign and will be keen to maximise his playing time as he looks to catch the eye of Saddlers boss, Dean Keates.

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Carabao Cup Match Report: Tranmere Rovers 1 Walsall 3

Walsall arrived at this evening's match in good form having taken four points from a possible six in their opening League One games. The Saddlers exited the competition at the First Round stage last season and were keen to go at least one step further as tackled Micky Mellon's side at Prenton Park.

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