Bolton vs Blackpool: League One clash live on Sky Sports Football


Bolton vs Blackpool
Sky Bet League One
8:00pm Monday 7th October

University of Bolton Stadium

Bolton face Blackpool in Sky Bet League One on Monday, live on Sky Sports Football.
New registering Joseph Dodoo will make his debut in their League One clash with Blackpool for Bolton. The striker, who spent last year at Blackpool on loan, was a free agent after his contract with Rangers expired and he has signed a deal before the end of the season.
Daryl Murphy left his debut against Portsmouth last weekend after recovering from a calf injury and suffered no negative response may be included. Jake Wright (hamstring) and Chris OGrady (knee) will be assessed.
Blackpool are currently waiting to see if Joe Nuttall, Sullay Kaikai along with Nathan Delfouneso is going to be fit. These are being closely monitored, and boss Simon Grayson is expecting the game being set back to Monday night might allow a minumum of one of the trio to be contained.
The Seasiders will be. It had been turned down although the club did put in a petition for the midfielder to join his nation.
Winless Boltons outcomes are starting to pick up beneath Keith Hill and theyve picked up two points from their last three league games, holding Oxford and Sunderland into 0-0 and 1-1 pulls, respectively. Their past League One outing led to a narrow 1-0 loss off at Portsmouth, even though they held Rochdale in the Trophy on Tuesday.
Blackpool led the division in the initial months of this season, but defeats at the start of September to Coventry and MK Dons brought them down a notch. The guys of simon Grayson have bounced back at the last few games. They drew 1-1 away to Accrington beat Doncaster 1-0 at the Keepmoat Stadium and scored two in a 2-1 win at home.
Bolton boss Keith Hill: TBC
Blackpool boss Simon Grayson:At least we now understand what staff theyve got and what they have been playing lately. Theyve had some excellent effects with the squad that was greater and more powerful in the last few weeks they have got.
I said a few weeks ago it is a strange place to be at where several clubs will probably be moaning its a guaranteed three factors at the early portion of the season. But other teams down the bottom will probably be saying theyre happy as it gives them a fighting chance to stay in the branch with Bolton not picking up things.
They remain without a win and also so are 18 points from security as it stands, but Boltons newly-assembled team is beginning to gel. Gone are such early season thumpings in the palms of Gillingham, Ipswich, Tranmere and Rotherham; under Keith Hill, there is a new-found solidity in the back, with three goals conceded in their final four in most competitions.
Taking things one step at one time is key, but if he can begin to receive his troops firing, there may be plenty for Wanderers fans. The threat of relegation is a fact but a result than simply losing the bar as a whole, as was this summer more digestible. Then again, stranger things have happened…
Bolton are unbeaten in their last 12 home games in all competitions against Blackpool (W8 D4), scoring in every experience and keeping seven clean sheets.
Seven of the previous nine league matches involving Blackpool and Bolton have finished flat, with both sides.
Bolton are winless in their last 16 league matches (D3 L13)and they continue went to a longer run without victory in December 2015 (17).
Blackpool have dropped one of the last six league away trips (W2 D3), also also are unbeaten in their past two.
Four of Armand Gnanduillets five league goals to Blackpool are headers this season; the most of any player in the division.
Bolton might never have won a game yet this year, but their three League One fixtures have been tough and they arent getting hammered by six or five , so at least they are on the perfect path.
Blackpool, meanwhile, have been back on the up, having picked up seven points in their past three games. I think they will be the winners on Monday night.
David Prutton forecasts: 1-2 (15/2 with Sky Bet)

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