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Bolton Wanderers U23
4 - 0
Hull City U23
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Match Previews

U23s: Hull City preview

12 October 2018

Bolton Wanderers' Under-23s return to action on Monday evening with the visit of their Hull City counterparts to the University of Bolton Stadium.

Kicking off at 7pm at the Whites' home ground, David Lee's side will be looking to bounce back from their narrow defeat to Barnsley last time out.

They are unbeaten on their own soil meanwhile, having won three out of four games in front of their own supporters so far this term.

Their form in general has seen them win four, draw one and lose three matches to leave them sitting fourth in the table.

Hull however have won three, drawn two and lost three games and sit seventh with 11 points from eight outings.

Last time out, they drew 1-1 with their Sheffield United counterparts.

There will be updates of the match on @OfficialBWFC, with a full report on soon after.

Admission is free for season ticket holders or £3 for adults and £1 for concessions.

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Match Reports

Report: Wanderers U23s 4-0 Hull City U23s

16 October 2018

Bolton Wanderers U23s ran out 4-0 winners against Hull City on Monday evening in the Professional Development League, with goals coming from Joe Pritchard, Luca Navarro and a brace by Dennis Politic.


Wanderers were completely in control from the get-go, as Joe Pritchard went close after two minutes but his effort flew over the bar.

Dennis Politic furthered the pressure with a superb effort on the turn, but Harvey Cartwright in the Hull City goal produced a full-length diving save to deny the winger.

Jack Earing had two efforts on goal from distance on the 20 minute mark, but he couldn’t find the target on both occasions.

Unrelenting pressure ensued from David Lee’s side, as Yoan Zouma and Harry Brockbank both had unmarked headed efforts flying wide of the target.

Just before the break and Politic was causing chaos for Jon Beale's side, following pandemonium in the Hull City box.

The ball falls to the Romanian youth international, but his powerful strike flew inches away from the goal.


The second period got underway with an immediate goal for the home side, as Dennis Politic was on hand to follow up a deflected shot and drive his effort low into the bottom left corner.

One soon became two as Joe Pritchard got onto the end of a Luca Navarro pass to smash home Wanderers second of the game with just over five minutes of the second half gone.

On 56 minutes and Politic was at it again. Picking up the ball midway into the Hull City half, the wide man cut inside onto his right foot, beat his man with a step-over before coolly slotting the ball past Cartwright in the Tigers’ goal.

Hull did have a chance of their own moments after, but Liam Edwards made a last ditch tackle to prevent any threat of an opposing goal.

With six minutes of regular time remaining, Luca Navarro got his just rewards as he latched onto the end of a through ball, before taking a touch and firing home across the keeper into the far left corner.

This victory sees David Lee’s side move to fourth into the North Section of the Professional Development League.


Wanderers XI: Williams, Brockbank, Muscatt, Edwards (C), Zouma, Wood, Politic, Earing, Duke-McKenna, Pritchard, Navarro

Substitutes: Connell, Alexander, Hartshorne, Jones-Griffiths, King-Harmes

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