Fleetwood v Walsall preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 11:38am
Fleetwood boss John Sheridan may make changes in his final game in charge.
Wes Burns missed the 2-0 defeat at Peterborough through injury and may return.
Chris Neal could continue in goal after he replaced Alex Cairns at London Road as Sheridan wanted to give him game time having made five changes for the game. It will be Sheridan's last game before his contract expires and Joey Barton takes over in the summer.
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Walsall secured the point they needed to survive in Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Bradford. Joe Edwards is a long-term absentee after he suffered a serious knee injury in February.
Young striker Mitch Candlin may be handed a chance with little riding on the game for the Saddlers. Erhun Oztumer is likely to play his last game for the Saddlers, with his contract expiring in the summer.
Fleetwood have only won one of their four home meetings with Walsall in all competitions (D1 L2), although that was the last such meeting in December 2016 (2-1).
Walsall have lost two of the last three meetings between these two sides in League One (W1) having won each of the first four prior.
After losing both of their final season games in 2012-13 and 2013-14, Fleetwood have remained unbeaten in the next three seasons (W2 D1), keeping clean sheets in the last two.
Walsall have lost four of their last five league games on the final day (W1), with that win coming on the road against Port Vale, 5-0 in 2016.
John Sheridan has lost each of his last two encounters with Walsall, but has not faced them at home since April 2016.