Date: 22nd October 2008 at 3:16pm
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Leicester twice came back from a goal down to secure a 2-2 draw at the Walkers Stadium with Walsall on Tuesday.

Alex Nicholls (11) gave Walsall an early lead as he capitalised on some poor defending but Leicester were level before the break when Andy King (34) headed home. Minutes after the interval the guests were ahead again when Michael Ricketts (47) headed home, but Aleksander Tunchev (73) headed the hosts level with time running out.

Although missing the chance to go top of the table the returns from injury of Joe Mattock and Patrick Kisnorbo, who both came on as second half substitutes, was a major plus for Leicester.

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One Reply to “Leicester 2-2 Walsall”

  • Two points lost here, Leicester. This is the sort of game that you must win or you will have to suffer the play-off nightmare. Still, it proves how competitive this League and the Championship have both become.

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