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Preview: Accrington Stanley vs. Bolton Wanderers

22 November 2019

Wanderers travel to John Coleman’s Accrington Stanley on Saturday afternoon for a Sky Bet League One clash at the Wham Stadium.

Accrington Stanley currently sit 19th in the Sky Bet League One at the time of writing and have won one in their last five games.

Their last fixture in the league against Rotherham United ended in 1-0 away defeat.

Team News

When speaking to Wanderers boss Keith Hill in his pre-match press conference, he informed bwfc.co.uk that there are no new injury concerns from our last time out against MK Dons.

Head to Head

Wanderers and Accrington Stanley have never faced each other since Accy reformed in 1968.

The two teams had only met once previously and that was back in 1926.

It was a Third Round F.A. Cup clash which ended 1-0 to the Whites, with David Jack scoring the sole goal.

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 BBC Radio Manchester team providing the coverage.

Betting Odds

Stanley are the favourites heading into this one. The home side are fancied to take this one by Sky Bet and are priced at 19/20 at the time of writing.

We are priced at 13/5 to take all three points and you can get the draw at 12/5.

Man in the Middle:

Saturday afternoon’s game will be officiated by Anthony Backhouse.

He has officiated 13 matches this season with his latest a 2-1 away victory for Portsmouth against Harrogate Town in the F.A. Cup First Round.

This season, he has dished out 44 yellow cards and one red card.

During his six seasons in the professional refereeing ranks, Backhouse has never refereed a Wanderers game.

Wade Smith and Matthew Parry will act as his assistants, with Thomas Parson the fourth official for Saturday’s fixture.

Key Man for the Dons – Colby Bishop

When looking at the Accrington Stanley side, Colby Bishop is the main man leading the line for John Coleman’s side.

The 23-year-old made his name in National League North, where he was Leamington’s talisman for two years.

He has six goals to his name in Sky Bet League One so far, with his last goal scoring involvement a brace in a 2-0 home victory against Ipswich Town.

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Match Reports

Report: Accrington Stanley vs. Bolton Wanderers

23 November 2019

TEN MEN Bolton Wanderers succumbed to a heavy defeat at the Wham Arena despite taking an early lead through Daryl Murphy.

The Irishman put the visitors ahead with his fourth goal in successive league matches after four minutes when he turned in Thibaud Verlinden’s centre.
But when Josh Earl was sent off harshly after 14 minutes for what appeared to be an innocuous collision, the game turned on its head.
Bishop struck the equaliser from the spot, before doubling his side’s lead 13 minutes later.
McConville struck home just after the half hour mark to put Stanley 3-1 ahead going in to the break.
Another from McConville, a brace from Zanzala and a solitary strike from Charles ensured it was a day to forget for Keith Hill’s men.

Bolton Wanderers: Matthews, Chicksen, Earl, Wright, Emmanuel, Lowe, Bridcutt (Graham 81), L Murphy, O'Grady (Zouma 38), Verlinden (Dodoo 60), D Murphy
Subs Not Used: Alexander, Politic, Darcy, Senior

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Ticket News

Second Accrington Stanley allocation: SOLD OUT

7 November 2019

We can confirm that a second allocation of tickets for the Sky Bet League One away fixture at Accrington Stanley on Saturday 23 November, has now SOLD OUT.

Having initially sold just under 2,500 tickets for the short hop to the Crown Ground in just over two weeks' time, Wanderers were given an extra allocation of 245 seating tickets that went on sale at 5pm yesterday.

The remaining tickets have now SOLD OUT in anticipation for Keith Hill's side's next Sky Bet League One away fixture.

Thank you for your continued, tremendous support.

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