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14 January 2020 Venue LNER Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews

Match Preview: Lincoln City (A)

14 January 2020

Wanderers will travel to the Sincil Bank stadium to take on Michael Appleton’s Lincoln City in the Sky Bet League one tomorrow night.

Lincoln City currently sit in 16th place in the table on 31 points.

The Imps come into the game following a 1-1 draw away to Shrewsbury Town on Saturday afternoon but have only suffered one defeat in their last four games.

Team News

In his pre-match press conference with bwfc.co.uk, Wanderers manager Keith Hill said that: “Dennis Politic is available which is good, especially as we don’t have Thibaud Verlinden”.

Luke Murphy will be back in the team following one-match suspension, the Whites will still be without Jason Lowe who is serving a three-game ban following his red card against Shrewsbury Town. 

Head to Head

Wanderers have faced Lincoln 19 times with their first-ever meeting coming on the 20th of January 1899 resulting in a 4-0 victory for the Whites.

The last meeting between the two sides came in the 3rd round of FA Cup in 2010, which saw Bolton win 4-0.

Keith Hill’s team are undefeated in their last 4 meetings against Lincoln.

Match Coverage

As usual, match updates will be provided by the club’s official twitter account (@OfficialBWFC). We will keep you up to date with the action to ensure you don’t miss a kick – delivering a match report shortly after the final whistle with post-match reaction from manager, Keith Hill.

Live commentary will also be available by the iFollow BWFC channel (subscribe via the website), with the Bolton FM team providing the coverage.

Betting Odds

Wanderers come into the game as betting underdogs at the time of writing, according to Sky Bet, being priced to win at 19/4.

Lincoln are favourites at 8/15, with a draw priced at 14/5.

Man in the Middle

Tuesday night’s game 19:45pm kick-off will be officiated by Neil Hair with Barry Gordon and David Benton and Hristo Karaivanov completing the referee line-up.

Neil Hair has officiated 22 matches this season, with the most recent game being a 3-0 home victory for Salford City against Port Vale.

So far this campaign he has handed out 58 yellow cards and one red card.

Key man for Lincoln – Tyler Walker

The main man for Lincoln tomorrow night will be former Wanderers man 23-year-old Tyler Walker.

Walker made five appearances for the club during the 2017/2018 season following a loan move from Nottingham Forest.

He has scored 13 goals in 25 league matches for Lincoln since his move from Mansfield.

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Match Reports

Report: Lincoln City vs. Bolton Wanderers

14 January 2020

Bolton Wanderers went down to a 5-1 defeat against Lincoln City for their first visit to LNER Stadium in 27 years.

Although Ronan Darcy’s second-half strike cancelled out Harry Anderson’s first-half opener, further goals from Tyler Walker, Joe Morell and John Akinde (2) ensured the points stayed in Lincolnshire.

Wanderers fielded two changes from the side that lost to neighbours Rochdale on Saturday with Luke Murphy and Dennis Politic coming in for Sonny Graham and Adam Chicksen.

Joe Dodoo had an early chance on goal after Ronan Darcy latched onto the ball deep in midfield, but the attacker’s left footed low drive lacked the power to trouble Josh Vickers in the Imps’ goal.

The hosts took the lead with their first foray into the Wanderers’ box through Harry Anderson who got on the end of Harry Roffolo’s left sided cross.

Remi Matthews fingertipped a whipped in free-kick from Jorge Grant over his bar as the Imps looked to increase their lead.

James Hesketh saw hopeful effort canon off the Wanderers defence for a corner.

Luke Murphy was caught in possession and the ball fell to Tyler Walker whose instant thunderous volley was parried to safety by Matthews.

Manager Keith Hill made a change during the interval with Chris O’Grady coming on to replace Yoan Zouma.

This meant a switch in the back four with Edwards moving from left-back to partner Toto Nsiala in central defence with Ethan Hamilton dropping to left-back.

And Wanderers were back on terms within a minute of the restart thanks to Darcy’s powerful half volley from the edge of the box after some good work from Josh Emmanuel and Daryl Murphy.

The Imps thought they had retaken the lead just before the half hour mark when Walker thrashed the ball past Matthews. However, the former Wanderers loanee’s effort was ruled out for an offside infringement in the build up.

Politic went close immediately afterwards when his curling effort flew just over the bar, but the hosts got their noses back in front with a sublime finish from Walker who bent his effort around Matthews from outside the box.

In response, Wanderers earned a corner when Luke Murphy’s dangerous ball into the box was cleared behind with both Daryl Murphy and Chris O’Grady lurking at the far post.

Wanderers earned a series of corners as they looked to restore parity in tricky weather conditions at LNER Stadium.

Politic showed some great control and a fine touch before carving out a chance from long range, but his effort was always going just over the bar.

A wicked cross from Politic and a glanced header off Dodoo almost caught out Josh Vickers but the Imps ‘keeper managed to control the ball.

With just under ten minutes remaining Harry Brockbank came on for Darcy. The Wanderers sub slotted into left-back with Hamilton moving back to centre-midfield.

A goal from Morrell and two strikes from John Akinde put the game out of Wanderers’ reach.

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Ticket News

Pay On The Day Available For Lincoln City Away Clash

13 January 2020

Wanderers supporters will be able to purchase tickets direct from ‘Ticket Point 2’ at Sincil Bank tomorrow night, ahead of our SkyBet League One clash with Lincoln City. Tickets will be sold on a cash only basis.

Ticket prices do not increase on the night.

Advanced sales from Bolton Wanderers are still available via the phone lines & in person at Bolton Central until 12 Noon tomorrow afternoon. After this time, no sales or refunds can be processed.

Ticket Prices

Adults - £26.00

Over 60s - £21.00

Under 22s - £21.00

Under 16s - £11.00

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