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          Bradford City to win, BTTS, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking pts @ 33/1
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          Walsall vs Bradford Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Bradford are up into fifth ahead of their trip to the Banks's Stadium where Walsall will meet with them down in 14th as the home side eye up a spot inside the top half of the table with the aims of ending one of the Football League's lengthiest wineless runs this calendar year.

          It's just one win in 2023 so far for Walsall after a 2-1 victory over Mansfield Town on New Year's Day. They've gone on to win an FA Cup tie away to Stockport County, but also lose a week later to the Premier League's Leicester City. Salford then beat them 1-0 before the club registered six draws in a row throughout the entirety of February, and Walsall fell back into the losing column last time out with a narrow home defeat to Barrow.

          The club now sit 14th with a few games in hand on those above them and with three games in hand over Barrow in 10th and just an eight-point gap, they could end up rocketing themselves into the top half of the table and nearer the top 10 if they win those extra games and get other favourable results.

          As for Bradford, they are up into fifth after a stunning win over Colchester United that saw Andy Cook score in the 93rd minute before a 96th-minute effort from Scott Banks. The club have won three in a row now after also beating Doncaster Rovers and Gillingham away from home, and Mark Hughes's men could rocket themselves into fourth with a win here and even above third-placed Stevenage with a victory.

          BTTS in both halves, each team 2+ corners in each half and each team 20+ booking pts is priced at 200/1 in this game, just as Walsall to win, BTTS, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking pts sits at 33/1 and the odds remain the exact same for Bradford City to win, BTTS, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking pts.

          Bradford City to score 3+ goals, 6+ Bradford City corners and 20+ Walsall booking pts is also a popular RAB at 50/1 and Over 1.5 goals, 5+ Walsall corners, 3+ Bradford City corners and each team 10+ booking pts is another at 10/3

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          Bradford team news

          Bradford's stunning win over Colchester saw them score twice in added time, and we could see a few changes to the side as a result. Emmanuel Osadebe and Scott Banks impressed off the bench in the last outing and may feature here, while Colin Doyle has now returned. Ryan East and Harry Chapman should come into the side here as well with Ciaran Kelly and Romoney Chrichlow facing late fitness tests. Andy Cook should start up top again, as Walker sits in the number 10 role. Gillead, Clayton and Smallwood all came off in the defeat over Colchester and could feature here.

          Walsall team news

          Stevens is set to face late fitness test ahead of this one and Connor Wilkinson now likely starts. Robbie Willmott came off the bench and came off the field soon after with an injury, and he now misses this game. Andy Williams and Jacob Maddox should start after missing the last game against Barrow, while Liam Gordon likely starts too after his return to fitness.

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