Following the unlikely 2-2 draw at Bescot, given the 2-goal deficit at half time against Walsall, manager Lee Bradbury praises the more senior members of his squad, being quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "Purchy has done well when he has played, especially away from home when we have played a 4-1-4-1 formation. It gives us an experienced head in there and I felt he gave us that in the second half. He got on the ball a bit and organised people off the ball, and when we had it. He is a good senior head to have around. He is a great professional and he made a difference. Fletch is a great targetman and a good guy to have around. I said to him to go and make a difference and he certainly did. It was important for me that we kept the unbeaten run going and it felt like a massive point for us. It was fantastic".