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Match Previews

Preview: Derby County vs. Bolton Wanderers

12 April 2019

Bolton Wanderers head to Derby County on Saturday afternoon in a Sky Bet Championship away clash. With that in mind, highlight five things to take into this weekend's game.

  1. Derby challenge 

Speaking to prior to the clash, manager Phil Parkinson spoke about what he expects from Frank Lampard's Derby County this weekend.

Parkinson said: ‘Derby play with a 4-3-3 formation and they are a team who have a lot of talented young players - a lot of those are the loan players they've brought in.’

'They've had some good days this season, particularly in the cup. Their league position at the moment is probably not what they would have wanted. It's not all been plain sailing for them.'

'We've got to make sure that we understand what we have got to do tomorrow. They're a team that you can create chances against, and we've got to go down there with the belief we can do that.'

  1. The reverse fixture – Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Derby County 29/09/18 (Craig Noone)

Earlier this season in September 2018, Wanderers welcome Frank Lampard’s side to the University of Bolton Stadium.

Ten minutes in and Wanderers took the lead, as Will Buckley looped a cross to the back post for Craig Noone to power his header back across goal and into the back of the net, wheeling away to celebrate with an on looking Stephen Darby.

Derby tried to respond throughout the game, but it was not enough as Phil Parkinson’s men took all three points in the sunshine.

To relive these highlights, follow the YouTube link below!

  1. New Faces at Pride Park Stadium

In the January transfer window, Rams manager Frank Lampard brought in a few new faces to bolster his squad.

A face that Lampard knows very well is former teammate and England international Ashley Cole.

His career is filled with trophies, having won it all domestically at his former clubs Arsenal and Chelsea.

Cole has over 100 England caps and joined the Rams in January 2019, following a spell abroad at LA Galaxy.

Along with Cole, Efe Ambrose joined on a short term contract with the Derbyshire club, after leaving Hibernian earlier in January.

Having played in his native Nigeria, Israel and Scotland, Ambrose has won a selection of trophies ranging from multiple Scottish Premiership titles with Celtic, to winning the Africa Cup of Nations in 2013 with the Super Eagles.

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  1. Opponent’s recent form

When looking to Derby County’s current form, they have taken six points from their last five league matches.

Their previous home game was a 6-1 heavy victory against Rotherham United, with Bradley Johnson, Duane Holmes, Mason Mount and a brace from Martyn Waghorn completing the rout.

They currently sit eighth in the division, just five points out of the play-off places.

When looking to their home record in the last five games, Derby have come away with eight points and are currently undefeated in their last four outings at Pride Park.

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Match Reports

Report: Derby County vs. Bolton Wanderers

13 April 2019

Bolton Wanderers were defeated 4-0 on their travels by Derby County, with a Mason Mount hat-trick and Craig Bryson goal the difference in this Sky Bet Championship clash.

Team News

Manager Phil Parkinson made four changes from the side that started against Middlesbrough in the Sky Bet Championship.

Andrew Taylor and Clayton Donaldson replaced Pawel Olkowski and Josh Magennis, with Will Buckley and Callum Connolly coming in for Craig Noone and Marc Wilson.

First Half

Mason Mount had the first chance of the game, with an effort from distance that was blocked expertly by David Wheater.

Harry Wilson followed up with a speculative effort of his own, but Wanderers defended the situation easily.

Luca Connell nearly worked his way into the box shortly after, but Fikayo Tomori was able to intercept and cleared the ball to safety.

Andrew Taylor caused mischief down the left flank with 20 minutes of the first half gone, as he hooked a cross into the area for Clayton Donaldson to head towards goal – forcing a save out of Rams’ goalkeeper Kelle Roos.

Derby continued to press on, with Martyn Waghorn providing a shot that stung the gloves of Remi Matthews.

With 37 minutes gone, Derby’s pressure finally broke through the resilient Wanderers defence, as Craig Bryson smashed his strike past Matthews from a tight angle.

Minutes before the interval and a Jayden Bogle cross found its way to Mason Mount, who fired at the Whites goal but saw his effort go wide of the mark.

In the time added on, Derby doubled their lead as Mount finished off a through ball that left Matthews stranded to the spot.

Second Half

Derby came out looking strong after the break, with Harry Wilson trying to extend the home side’s lead only for a Wanderers defender to block his second attempt.

Mount nearly had his second for the afternoon in the opening stages of the half, with his curled effort finishing just wide of the target.

However moments later, the Chelsea loanee had his second goal.

A Tom Lawrence cross into the penalty area found the midfielder, who scored from close range.

Martyn Waghorn found space on the 18-yard-box, before firing at goal and forcing a double save out of Matthews.

Luca Connell stepped up with a free-kick with 16 minutes to go of regulation play, but the young Wanderers effort finished inches away from the target.

With eight minutes left of this clash, Derby added a fourth and it was a hat-trick for Mason Mount.

Ashley Cole played a perfectly weighted pass through to the attacking midfielder, who slid the ball past Matthews.

Wanderers fought hard until the end but couldn’t find a goal as the referee blew for full time.

Full Time

Wanderers XI: Matthews, Taylor, Beevers, Donaldson, Ameobi (Noone 72), Buckley (Little 60), Connolly, O’Neil, J. Williams, Wheater (C), Connell.

Unused subsitutes: Alnwick, Oztumer, Wilson, Magennis, Pritchard.

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Ticket News

Pay on the Day confirmed for Derby County

12 April 2019

Wanderers supporters will be able to buy tickets directly from the Away Ticket Cabin, situated near to the away turnstiles, at Pride Park tomorrow afternoon. Tickets will be sold on a cash only basis from 1:30pm. Prices will increase by £2 on the day.

Advances sales from Bolton Wanderers are still available via the phone lines and in person at Bolton Central until 2pm on Friday 12 April, subject to availability.

After this time, no sales or refunds can be processed.

Ticket Prices:

Adults - £27.00

Over 65’s - £19.00

Under 18’s - £15.00

Under 13’s - £8.50


A £2 price increase on the day of the fixture, means that the ticket prices will be as follows when purchasing at Pride Park tomorrow:


Adults - £29.00

Over 65’s - £21.00

Under 18’s - £17.00

Under 13’s - £10.50

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