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Barnsley v Bolton Wanderers: Lineups and Live Match Thread

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Each club has only lost one of their last six, and both are happy to be moving up the table. Barnsley are out of the bottom three at the moment, and Bolton are in the top 10 for the first time all season. One of these teams will come away with three points today, and continue their quest for redemption.

This scene will be slightly different today.
This scene will be slightly different today.
Tim Keeton

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Barnsley F.C. v. Bolton Wanderers
Location: Oakwell Stadium
Date: Saturday 2nd March 2013

Time: 3 pm GMT / 10 am EST

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

Home: 10-7-16; -12; 37; 21st

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

Away: 11-12-11; +3; 45; 10th

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

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GK: Luke Steele
GK: Adam Bogdan
D: Martin Cranie D: Sam Ricketts
D: Tom Kennedy D: Zat Knight
D: Scott Wiseman D: Craig Dawson
D: Kelvin Etuhu D: Marcos Alonso
M: Ryan Tunnicliffe M: Chung-Yong Lee
M: David Perkins M: Jay Spearing
M: Jim O'Brien M: Darren Pratley
M: Chris O'Grady M: Chris Eagles
F: Chris Dagnall F: David Ngog
F: Tomasz Cywka F: Craig Davies

Barnsley substitutes: Jason Scotland, Lukas Lidakevicious, Bobby Hassell, Stephen Foster, Jacob Mellis, Marlon Harewood, Reuben Noble-Lazarus

Bolton Wanderers substitutes: Andy Lonergan, Stu Holden, David Wheater, Kevin Davies, Marvin Sordell, Steve De Ridder, Medo Kamara

Dougie Freedman has put his team in a 4-4-2 lineup to start with. Stuart Holden is on the bench again. Do his sixty-five minutes on Tuesday mean he is more or less likely to feature today? What do you think of the lineup?