72 winner yesterday – more profit in the Bankss tonight

first_imgWalsall v PeterboroughLeague One7.45pm LIVE ON SKYBANKING A PROFIT….Red Sherlock gave the column a nice 7/2 winner yesterday when completing a terrific day for David Pipe at Cheltenham.From banking a profit to the Bank’s Stadium as we follow the Sky cameras to the League One clash between Walsall and Peterborough.HEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Max last 10 only)Jan 2011 League One Peterborough 4-1 WalsallNov 2010 League One Walsall 1-3 PeterboroughJan 2009 League One Peterborough 1-0 WalsallOct 2008 League One Walsall 1-2 PeterboroughJan 2007 League Two Peterborough 0-2 WalsallSep 2006 League Two Walsall 5-0 PeterboroughApr 2005 League One Peterborough 0-2 WalsallNov 2004 League One Walsall 2-1 PeterboroughApr 2001 League 2 Peterborough 2-0 WalsallOct 2000 League 2 Walsall 1-1 PeterboroughPeterborough have so far made the better start to the season and lie in third but Walsall are not doing bad in 11th and boss Dean Smith has no new injury or suspension concerns for tonight’s game.The Saddlers got back to winning ways with last weekend’s 3-0 FA Cup success over neighbours Shrewsbury, and with home advantage tonight are sure to run Peterborough close.Peterborough will be boosted by the return of a handful of players – midfielders Jack Payne, Danny Kearns and Tommy Rowe missed the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy victory over Dagenham & Redbridge with knocks but will recover in time for tonight’s trip to the Midlands. Gaby Zakuani will also come back into the reckoning after a cold ruled out the defender in midweek.It looks too close to call. So the draw looks the best option.STAR FORECAST(stake between 0.5 and 10 points)4 points DRAW at around 9/4 IT’S A WRAPA sudden cold snap is sweeping Britain today, with northern Scotland the first area of the country hit by the freezing temperatures.North-westerly winds whipping off the Arctic are expected to bring at least two weeks of wintry conditions, making November up to 3C (37.4F) colder than last year.Temperatures are expected to fall below zero across the country and peak at just 4C (39.2F) or 5C (41F).People in the higher regions of Scotland are also expected see the season’s first blanketing of snow – with further wintry showers set to move south as the week progresses.last_img read more