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Bolton Wanderers v. Ipswich Town: Lineups and Open Live Thread

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If Bolton draw or win this match, it will make their longest unbeaten stretch since 2006. But are these the boys to do that? Here are the lineups....

Zat Knight wants you to know that it will be all ok
Zat Knight wants you to know that it will be all ok
Paul Thomas

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Bolton Wanderers v. Ipswich Town
Location: Reebok Stadium
Date: Saturday, December 1st 2012

Time: 3:00pm GMT

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

Bolton: 6-7-6, -1, 25, 17th

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

Ipswich: 4-5-10, -23, 17, 21st

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

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GK: Adam Bogdan
GK: Steven Henderson
RB: Tyrone Mears D: Bradley Orr
D: Sam Ricketts
D: Aaron Cresswell
D: Zat Knight D: Luke Chambers
LB: Marcos Alonso D: Tommy Smith
DM: Jay Spearing M: Carlos Edwards
DM: Keith Andrews M: Guiane N'Daw
M: Chris Eagles M: Andy Drury
M: Mark Davies M: Lee Martin
M: David Ngog F: Tyrone Barnett
F: Kevin Davies F: DJ Campbell

Bolton Wanderers subs: Andy Lonergan, Matt Mills, Tim Ream, Darren Pratley, Benik Afobe, Chung-Yong Lee, Jacob Butterfield

Ipswich Town subs: Scott Loach, Elliott Hewitt, Danny Higginbotham, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Michael Chopra, Josh Carson, Daryl Murphy

Dougie Freedman continues rotating the squad, bringing in long absent Marcos Alonso for Stephen Warnock, benching Jacob Butterfield after his fantastic performance, amongst other moves. This could line up as a 4-4-2, but consider that unlikely. What are your thoughts on Freedman's latest lineup?