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Brighton & Hove Albion v Bolton Wanderers: Lineup and Live Matchthread

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Bolton Wanderers are heading way down south to take on Brighton & Hove Albion. Dougie Freedman is undefeated, but most of those have been draws, he needs to start winning some matches if Bolton are going to climb up the table.

On our way to the South Coast!
On our way to the South Coast!
Mike Hewitt

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Brighton & Hove Albion v. Bolton Wanderers
Location: Amex Stadium
Date: Saturday 24th November 2012

Time: 3:00pm GMT

Records (W-D-L, +/-, Points, Place):

Brighton & Hove Albion: 7-6-4, +9, 27, 7th

Form: W-D-W-D-D-L

Bolton: 5-6-6, -2, 21, 17th

Form: D-D-D-W-L-D

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GK: Tomasz Kuszczak
GK: Adam Bogdan
D: Liam Bridcutt D: Stephen Warnock
D: Bruno
D: Matt Mills
D: Gordon Greer D: Zat Knight
D: Lewis Dunk D: Tyrone Mears
M: Marcos Painter M: Chris Eagles
M: Will Buckley M: Tim Ream
M: Andrea Orlandi M: Mark Davies
M: Ashley Barnes M: Darren Pratley
M: Craig Mackail-Smith M: Benik Afobe
F: Dean Hammond F: David Ngog

Brighton & Hove Albion substitutes: Will Hoskins, Inigo Calderon, Gary Dicker, Brezovan, Crofts, Dobbie, Lopez

Bolton Wanderers substitutes: Jay Lynch, Sam Ricketts, Jay Spearing, Kevin Davies, Chung-Yong Lee, Jacob Butterfield

Gus Poyet and the Seagulls welcome Bolton to their shiny new stadium in hopes of continuing their early season playoff push. Although Brighton & Hove Albion are ten spots higher in the table than the mighty Wanderers, the gap between the two is only six points. Stephen Warnock went off early last match due to illness but is available and starting, so why did Dougie make that change to the back line. What do you think of the rest of the Starting XI?