Loan Watch: Tuesday, 5th April 2022 Loan Watch: Tuesday, 5th April 2022
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Loan Watch: Tuesday, 5th April 2022

Here we take a look at how the loaned-out Saddlers have got on in their most recent outings.
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Walsall defender Joe Foulkes and midfielder Joe Willis are currently away on short-term loan deals as they look to force their way into Michael Flynn's first-team plans.

Defender Foulkes is plying his trade in the Vanarama National League North with Kidderminster Harriers, whilst midfielder Willis is with Southern League Premier Division Central side Bromsgrove Sporting.

Joe Foulkes was named in the starting eleven as Kidderminster played host to Alfreton Town on Tuesday evening.

Looking to build upon last weekend's goalless draw with Bradford (Park Avenue) the Harriers huffed and puffed but were unable to blow their visitors' house down as the match was ultimately settled by a second-half Matt Rhead header.

Speaking after the match, Assistant Manager Jimmy O'Connor cut an angry figure as his side continue to struggle for form, with their current record seeing them win just one of their last nine National League - North games.

Joe Willis was also named in the starting eleven as Bromsgrove Sporting made the trip to Victory Road and took on Leiston.

Ariving at the match on the back of a welcome win over Redditch United, the Rouslers were looking to make it four games without defeat and ease their relegation worries in the process.

However, in what was a frustrating evening for the travelling side, George Quantrell's solo effort was enough to secure all three points for the Blues as they continued to play the role of Play-Off outsiders.

Willis completed the full ninety-minutes but was unable to guide his side to victory as their all-too-brief run of form came to an end.
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