Cambridge boss Colin Calderwood was left yearning for VAR as he claimed everyone except the officials knew Walsall’s opening goal was a handball as the U’s lost 2-1 to the struggling Saddlers.
Josh Gordon scored after 49 seconds as Walsall ended a six-game Sky Bet League Two losing streak with a narrow 2-1 win over Cambridge.
Walsall must do without suspended defender Daniel Scarr as the Sky Bet League Two strugglers host Cambridge.
A thug caught on CCTV setting his dog on a neighbour’s cat, which was mauled to death, has been jailed for 18 weeks after admitting animal cruelty.
Darlington boss Alun Armstrong did not know whether to laugh or cry after his National League North side snatched an FA Cup replay with the last kick of a thrilling 2-2 draw at Walsall.
Joe Wheatley scored seven minutes into stoppage time to earn Darlington an FA Cup first-round replay in a thrilling 2-2 draw at League Two strugglers Walsall.
Walsall could be without midfielder Danny Guthrie for the FA Cup first round tie against Darlington.
Horrifying CCTV footage has captured a savage attack in which a man deliberately set his dog on a pet cat.
Swindon manager Richie Wellens hailed his side’s battling qualities as Eoin Doyle’s 14th goal of the season inspired them to a 2-1 win over Walsall at a wind-swept County Ground.
Eoin Doyle scored his 14th goal of the season as Swindon extended their winning run to three matches by beating Walsall 2-1 at the Energy Check County Ground.
Swindon target a third successive Sky Bet League Two victory when they face struggling Walsall but will be without winger Lloyd Isgrove.
Mansfield boss John Dempster believes League Two’s high-flyers will soon begin to look over their shoulders after the Stags’ 2-1 win at struggling Walsall.
Mansfield’s Andy Cook and Mal Benning returned to haunt their former club as they helped inflict a fifth successive defeat on Walsall.
Oldham boss Dino Maamria saluted a “brilliant” night for his team after they secured a well-deserved 2-0 Sky Bet League Two home win against 10-man Walsall.
Oldham made the most of their man advantage as they cruised to a 2-0 win against Walsall.
Oldham boss Dino Maamria could again call upon Chris McCann and Lewis McKinney as he looks to end Latics’ four-game winless run.
Cheltenham boss Michael Duff says veteran striker Luke Varney’s “love for the game” is rubbing off on the club’s youngsters after a 2-1 win at Walsall moved the Robins up to fifth in League Two.
Veteran striker Luke Varney scored the winner as Cheltenham triumphed 2-1 at Walsall to extend their unbeaten run to seven league games.
Walsall manager Darrell Clarke will be without the suspended Dan Scarr for the visit of Cheltenham.
In what is likely to be his final match as Leyton Orient interim manager, Ross Embleton was able to end his brief tenure in charge with a 3-1 win over Walsall.
Leyton Orient came from behind to record their first league win at home since the opening day of the season as they ran out 3-1 winners over Walsall.
James Dayton could make his first league appearance of the season for Leyton Orient against Walsall.
Salford boss Graham Alexander believes his side have signed “a heck of a player” after ex-Blackburn midfielder Craig Conway inspired them to a first-ever Football League away win at Walsall.
Luke Armstrong and Jake Jervis opened their accounts as Salford claimed their first away win in the English Football League with a 3-0 victory at in-form Walsall.
Walsall manager Darrell Clarke could rotate his squad against Salford despite the Saddlers going unbeaten for five games in all competitions.
Walsall boss Darrell Clarke admitted he took more pleasure from his side’s late defending than the goals they scored following their narrow 3-2 Sky Bet League Two victory at Crawley.
Walsall held on to clinch their third-successive victory with a narrow 3-2 result at Crawley to ruin Gabriele Cioffi’s 50th league game as Reds head coach.
Crawley boss Gabriele Cioffi still has lingering injury issues to deal with ahead of his side’s League Two clash with Walsall.
Manager Darrell Clarke says Walsall must put opposing teams to the sword to save his health after they ground out another 1-0 win as they claimed maximum points against struggling Scunthorpe.
James Clarke’s brilliant bicycle kick proved enough to hand Walsall a first home win of the Sky Bet League Two season to leave struggling Scunthorpe still without a point on their travels.