Yeovil had to settle for a point in a 1-1 draw with Walsall, despite dominating for long spells against their relegation rivals.

Town paid the penalty for poor finishing in the 17th minute when, following a mix-up in attempting to clear a right-wing corner, Jon Macken was allowed to prod the ball over the line.

Yeovil continued to miss chances, with Andrew Williams the main offender.

But right on the stroke of half-time he did grab the equalising goal. He headed down a right-wing cross from Andy Welsh and the ball bounced in off the far post. Andy Butler helped it into the net as he attempted to clear but it went down as Williams` goal.

The second half saw more of Walsall as an attacking force but Yeovil still dominated without applying the finish.

It was Walsall who came closest to snatching the three points when substitute Emanuel Ledesma smashed a drive against the crossbar with five minutes remaining.

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