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20 November 2017 Venue Tameside Stadium Attendance

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Burnley U23
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Bolton Wanderers U23
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Under-23s: Burnley preview

18 November 2017

Bolton Wanderers’ Under-23s travel to Burnley in their latest Professional Development League outing on Monday night.

Kicking off at 7pm at Curzon Ashton's Tameside Stadium, the young Whites will be looking to back back after being knocked out of the Lancashire FA Senior Cup by AFC Fylde in their last outing.

David Lee's currently sit eighth in the northern section of the division after winning their last three league outings against Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town and Hull City.

Meanwhile, hosts Burnley occupy seventh place having recorded a 1-0 victory over Barnsley last time out.

A match report will be available on after the final whistle.

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Match Reports

Under-23s: Burnley 1-4 Bolton Wanderers

21 November 2017

Wanderers' Under-23s made it four league wins on the spin with a comprehensive victory away at their Burnley counterparts on Monday night.

The Whites broke the deadlock against the Clarets inside seven minutes, with Dennis Politic cutting in from the edge of the box and firing into the roof of the net from 15 yards out with his left foot.

That advantage was then doubled three minutes later through Connor Hall, with him collecting a superb ball from Jeff King before scoring from a narrow angle ten yards out.

The home side did halve the deficit on the 20 minute mark through Tinashe Chakwana who swept home a Dean Marney cross, but Bolton's two-goal advantage was restored five minutes before the end of the first half as King turned goalscorer who beat his man and sidefooted home from nine yards out.

Having looked dangerous throughout the first period, the Trotters' determination continued in the second period and they were rewarded with a fourth through Liam Edwards in the 82nd minute who defended the first ball before scoring from all of 40 yards, lobbing the Burnley keeper in the process to put a gloss on the result for Wanderers.

Speaking following the final whistle, David Lee said, "It was a hugely pleasing result for us. Burnley had an experienced player in Dean Marney on their side, but our lads' desire and attitude was brilliant.

"Their attitudes were spot on and the manager came into the changing room after the match to praise them for their efforts.

"We thoroughly deserved the win and even had two Under-18s in Shakeel Jones-Griffiths and Dennis Politic in the team which was a great experience for them.

"Overall, we couldn't have asked any more of the lads. To beat a Premier League team is no mean feat and the players should be very proud of themselves."

Bolton: Turner, Brockbank, Lonsdale, Edwards, Mitchell, Jones, Politic (White 80'), Earing (Perry 70'), Hall (Trialist 80'), King, C Taylor

Subs: Aspinall, Perry, White, Moulden, Trialist 

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