Bet Slip

No Bets Added

Walsall vs. Doncaster Prediction, Tips & Stats

League TwoFull TimeFT
home Team badge


    away Team badge

    Doncaster Rovers



      • (18') J. Gordon
      • (67') J. Earing
      • (80') M. Faal
      • (62') K. Hurst
        Yellow Card
        • (63') J. Maxwell
        • (71') T. Anderson
        • (85') J. Olowu
        • (89') B. Waters
        • (90'+2') J. Sterry

            Walsall vs. Doncaster Betting Tip

            skybet logo
            Scored Draw @ 7/2
            ADD TO BETSLIP

            Walsall vs. Doncaster Prediction, Tips & Stats

            In the ruthless realm of League Two football, Walsall and Doncaster find themselves on divergent paths, with their trajectories intersecting on Saturday in what promises to be an interesting encounter.

            For Walsall, this season has been a testament to grit and determination. Currently positioned 7th in League Two with 51 points, the Saddlers find themselves in the midst of an impressive campaign, defying pre-season prognostications to stake their claim amongst the playoff contenders.

            Under the astute guidance of manager Mat Sadler, Walsall have emerged as a formidable force, their recent run of form a testament to their burgeoning confidence. Unbeaten in their last five games, with four consecutive victories under their belt, the Saddlers are riding a wave of momentum that few could have predicted at the outset of the season.

            Their most recent triumph, a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Accrington Stanley, showcased Walsall's resilience and character. Completing a second-half comeback, with goals from David Okagbue and Emmanuel Adegboyega, Walsall demonstrated their ability to grind out results when it matters most.

            At home, Walsall have proven to be a formidable opponent, winning all of their last three games on home soil. Adegboyega's recent goal-scoring exploits, with three goals in his last four games despite his position as a centre-back, underscore the team's depth and versatility.

            By contrast, Doncaster's season has been fraught with adversity. Languishing in 20th place with 39 points, the Yorkshire club have endured a tumultuous campaign, spending much of it in close proximity to the relegation zone.

            However, a recent resurgence has breathed new life into Doncaster's fortunes. Unbeaten in their last five games, with three wins to their name, Grant McCann's men have staged a commendable turnaround as they now look to start climbing the table.

            Their most recent triumph, a hard-fought 1-0 victory over AFC Wimbledon, showcased Doncaster's newfound resilience and determination. Hakeem Adelakun's early goal proved to be the difference-maker, as Doncaster secured a deserved victory and extended their winning streak to two games following a resounding 5-1 win over Grimsby Town.

            Yet, despite their recent upturn in form, Doncaster faces a formidable challenge against Walsall, having lost their last two head-to-head meetings with the Saddlers. As they seek to maintain their momentum and secure a third consecutive victory, Doncaster will rely on the collective resolve and determination that has propelled them forward in recent weeks.

            While Walsall seeks to consolidate their playoff aspirations with another victory on home soil, Doncaster aim to defy the odds and extend their recent run of form.

            For our Walsall vs. Doncaster prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.

            Don’t forget to check out the rest of our previews, tips and offers for this weekend’s action.

            Walsall Team News

            Donervon Daniels and Priestley Farquharson are both still absent for the Saddlers heading into this one.

            Mat Sadler is likely to stick with the same lineup that started the win over Accrington last time out.

            Doncaster Team News

            Jack Senior and Ben Close are both expected to miss out for Doncaster once again here.

            After an impressive 1-0 win against AFC Wimbledon last time out, it's unlikely we'll see many, if any, changes to the XI that started that game here.

            Stay Up To Date With The Latest Football Predictions & Tips At Footy Accumulators