SMITH EYEING HOME COMFORTS
Dean Smith believes Walsall will clinch survival if they can win their three remaining home games at the Banks's Stadium.
Saturday's dramatic 3-3 draw at relegation rivals Rochdale leaves the Saddlers one place above the drop zone on 43 points with six games remaining, two points clear of Wycombe and at least eight above the bottom three teams.
Smith's side host bottom club Chesterfield on Saturday before mid-table Tranmere and play-off-chasing Huddersfield, sandwiching trips to Charlton, Exeter and MK Dons.
And the Walsall boss said: "If we win our home games now we'll be okay.
"It was a point gained for us (on Saturday) because Rochdale are one of the teams below us looking to catch us up."
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