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Walsall currently have three players out on loan as Levi Rowley is with local side Stafford Rangers, whilst Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy are both enjoying extended spells with Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.
Walsall currently have three players out on loan as Levi Rowley is with local side Stafford Rangers, whilst Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy are both enjoying extended spells with Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.

RUGBY TOWN 0 STAFFORD RANGERS 1
Walsall's Levi Rowley, who has extended his loan spell until the end of the season, was named on the substitutes bench for the Boro's trip to Rugby.

The match was a largely uneventful affair but Rangers did grab the only goal of the match as Ben Haseley slotted past goalkeeper Sam Andrew just minutes into the second half.

Levi came on as a late substitute but had little time to make an impact as his side would secure all three points.

BOSTON UNITED 1 WORCESTER CITY 1
Saddlers strikers Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy were both named among the starting XI with Baka looking to add to his recent goals.

Boston took the lead during the first half as Jay Rollins was on hand to end a fine attacking move as he finished past goalkeeper Vaughan from around 18-yards.

Worcester would go on to equalise in first-half stoppage time as an Amadou Bakayoko shot deflected off Jordan Murphy and into the net, again another fine attacking move as the on-loan Saddlers combined to get their side back on level terms.

The match would end all-square but was not without controversy as Bakayoko picked up two bookings late in the second half and was dismissed with less than five minutes remaining.

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