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04 February 2023 Venue Peninsula Stadium Attendance

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Preview | Salford City (A)

3 February 2023

Salford City vs Rochdale | Sky Bet League Two, Saturday 4th February 2023, Peninsula Stadium, 3pm Kick-Off

Dale make the short trip to over to Salford on Saturday in Sky Bet League Two.


Supporters can pay on the day at the Peninsula Stadium. 500 tickets are available and it is cash only.

Click HERE for full details.


Jim Bentley spoke to the club's website ahead of the game.

Watch his full interview HERE or read his pre-match thoughts HERE.


Sam Graham is available for selection after a one-match suspension he served last weekend, although Ethan Ebanks-Landell is serving the second of a three game ban.

New signings Rhys Bennett and Toby Mullarkey are in contention to feature, although Bentley confirmed the game might come to soon for Dan Adshead, who is in the final stages of recovery from an injury picked up at Cheltenham Town.


Click HERE for a visitor's guide to Salford's stadium.

They have also produced a Matchday Information guide HERE.


Referee | Robert Madley
Assistant Referees | Rob Smith & Carl Fitch-Jackson
Fourth Official | Andrew Kitchen


Salford Draw Dale
1 3 1

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Match Reports

Report | Salford City 2-1 Dale

4 February 2023

Dale suffered a narrow defeat away to Salford City, losing 2-1 at the Peninsula Stadium.

Conor McAleny’s double, one in each half, proved to be the difference, despite Scott Quigley’s late penalty bringing one back for Dale.

Jim Bentley made four changes from last weekend’s defeat at home to Carlisle. Deadline day signing Toby Mullarkey made his Dale debut and Rhys Bennett made his second debut for the club, whilst Scott Quigley and Ian Henderson both returned to the starting line-up.

It was an even start to the game with Quigley and D’Mani Mellor having shots blocked, whilst Louie Barry fired over from a tight angle for the hosts.

Salford broke the deadlock 11 minutes in when a cross from the left was turned home by McAleny from close range.

Henderson sent a header wide after reacting quickly to a rushed clearance, before Ryan Watson fired off target and Ethan Galbraith was denied from distance by Jake Eastwood.

Neither side troubled the scoresheet again before the break, but Dale came flying out of the blocks at the start of the second-half.

Alex Cairns produced a fine save from Quigley’s well-struck effort, before his flick on produced shouts for a penalty after striking the arm of a Salford defender, but the referee waved claims away.

The hosts doubled the scoreline shortly after the hour mark, when McAleny fired into the bottom corner from just inside the area.

There was a stoppage in play minutes later due to a medical emergency in the crowd, after which Danny Lloyd and Abraham Odoh were introduced by Bentley. Thankfully the support involved is now in a stable condition and been allowed to go home.

Dale were handed a lifeline with ten minutes to play when Quigley was brought to ground inside the area. The forward stepped up to convert for his fifth of the season.

Lloyd had an effort turned round the post and Jimmy Keohane had an effort blocked with a hand just outside the area, but Liam Kelly’s free-kick was comfortable for Cairns to hold.

Dale XI | Eastwood, Seriki, Mullarkey, Bennett, Taylor, Dodgson, Keohane, Kelly, Mellor, Henderson, Quigley.

Subs | O’Donnell, Ball, Rodney, Odoh, Graham, Diagouraga, Lloyd.

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