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22/01/2017

Simeon Jackson's Goal-Drought Comes to an End

Walsall striker Simeon Jackson has put an end to his recent goal-drought as he came on as a second-half substitute to hit the back of the net during the Saddlers' League One victory over Bristol Rovers.
Walsall striker Simeon Jackson has put an end to his recent goal-drought as he came on as a second-half substitute to hit the back of the net during the Saddlers' League One victory over Bristol Rovers.

Jackson, who had scored five goals in a Walsall shirt since arriving on a free transfer in the summer, hadn't scored since the Saddlers 2-1 victory over Millwall, which took place at Banks's Stadium on Saturday, 1st October, and will no doubt be buoyed as he bagged his first goal in fifteen appearances as his team won by three-goals-to-one.

Joe Edwards and on-loan Celtic defender Eoghan O'Connell were also among the goals as Edwards secured his second goal in two games while O'Connell followed up his superb debut against Sheffield United last weekend by entering a goal-scoring ma-of-the-match earning performance against the Pirates.

Attention now turns to next weekend's League One clash with Bury which could see the Saddlers return to the top-half of the table as they look to get back in the race for a Play-Off place.

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