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YOUTH ALLIANCE | Walsall Take on Bury Later This Morning

8:45 am Saturday, 29 October 2016
Following last weekend's EFL Youth Alliance Cup victory over Mansfield Town Under 18s, Walsall's Under 18s return to regular Youth Alliance action this weekend as they pay a visit to Bury.
Following last weekend's EFL Youth Alliance Cup victory over Mansfield Town Under 18s, Walsall's Under 18s return to regular Youth Alliance action this weekend as they pay a visit to Bury.

The young Saddlers, who will be without manager Neil Woods, who has returned to former club Grimsby Town following five years at the Banks's Stadium, sit at the top of the North West group having won six of their opening eight league games, and will be keen to keep their good run going later today.

The Shakers, who sit third in the table, were also successful during last weekend's Cup schedule as they defeated Lincoln City by three-goals-to-nil.

Today's match is scheduled to kick-off at 11:00am, and we hope to bring you an update following the game.


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