Yoann Arquin's eighth goal of the season earned Notts County a draw as they came from behind to deny fellow League One play-off hopefuls Walsall.
Second-half substitute Arquin ensured the Magpies took home a point when he poked the ball in from close range.
Will Grigg had put the Saddlers ahead from the penalty spot after fit-again Magpies goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski brought down Jamie Paterson.
But Arquin levelled following good work by Jamal Campbell-Ryce.
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Notts County caretaker manager Chris Kiwomya told BBC Radio Nottingham:
"At half-time I was very disappointed. Although the pitch was very difficult to play on, I don't think we really penetrated.
"But it is hard on this type of pitch. In the second half we were so much better.
"There was a lot more urgency to our game and people were willing to run and get into spaces."