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16 February 2018 Venue Wilford Lane Training Ground Attendance

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Nottingham Forest U23
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Bolton Wanderers U23

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U23s: Nottingham Forest preview

4 January 2018

Bolton Wanderers Under-23s travel to Nottingham Forest for their first Professional Development League outing of 2018 on Friday evening.

Kicking off at 7pm at Alfreton Town's Impact Arena, the young Whites will be hoping to continue their recent good form having put together an eight-game unbeaten run.

Both sides currently play in the Northern section of the division with Bolton sitting in third place after winning seven of their last eight matches.

Meanwhile, Forest find themselves one point and a place behind the Trotters in fourth, but boast a game in hand on David Lee's side.

A match report will be available on www.bwfc.co.uk shortly after the final whistle.

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Match Reports

Report: Nottingham Forest U23s 0-0 Bolton Wanderers U23s

16 February 2018

Bolton Wanderers' Under-23s extended their lead at the top of the Professional Development League North after a 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest at the Nigel Doughty Academy

Wanderers were level on points with Sheffield Wednesday at the top of the northern section prior to kick off and have gone a point clear thanks to Friday afternoon’s result.

The young Whites had the first chance of the game when Cole Lonsdale shot from the edge of the box and forced Tim Erlandsson into a save.

Connor Hall and Liam Morris also had chances before the interval but were unable to make the breakthrough.

Jake Turner did not have to make a save in the Wanderers’ goal with David Lee’s side doing a good job of identifying their opponents’ threats and restricting them.

In the second half, Morris and Hall continued to offer the biggest threat and as Wanderers pushed for a winner late on, the latter had an effort cleared off the line.

Lee was pleased with his side’s determination and desire however as they earned a valuable point towards staying top of the league.

Nottingham Forest: Erlandsson, Lawrence-Gabriel, Preston, Taylor, Iacovitti, Ahmedhodzic, Edser, Otim, Gomis, A.Smith, Walters

Wanderers: Turner, Brockbank, Muscatt, Edwards, Mitchell, Jones-Griffiths, Morris, Earing, Hall, White, Lonsdale

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