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Bolton Wanderers v Fulham: LIVE

Wanderers look to bounce back from Saturday's hammering by Derby with the visit of South Londoners Fulham

Neil Lennon will hope Bolton bounce back from their Derby horror show against Fulham tonight
Neil Lennon will hope Bolton bounce back from their Derby horror show against Fulham tonight
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Bolton Wanderers will be hoping for a huge improvement from Saturday's 4-1 trouncing at Derby as Fulham make the journey north to the Macron tonight.

Wanderers fans will also hope the side puts in a much better performance than the reverse fixture at Craven Cottage, in which Fulham walked all over Wanderers as they won 4-0 back in October - a game which ultimately led to Dougie Freedman getting the sack.

Neil Lennon has made several changes, with Manchester United loanee Saidy Janko making a Bolton debut in midfield alongside Barry Bannon and Neil Danns, who returns from suspension. Eidur Gudjohnsen supports Adam Le Fondre and captains the side, becoming the Whites' seventh captain of the season. David Wheater has recovered from a knock at Derby to support Dorian Dervite in defence.

Fulham have an interesting lineup of several players this writer isn't going to pretend to have heard of, but do carry significant attacking threat in the form of Hugo Rodallega and Ross McCormack, ably supported by the in-form Lasse Vigen Christensen and Alexander Kacaniklic.

Bolton Wanderers:

GK Andy Lonergan
RB Josh Vela
CB Dorian Dervite
CB David Wheater
LB Tim Ream
CM Barry Bannan
CM Saidy Janko
CM Neil Danns
AM Liam Feeney
AM Eidur Gudjohnsen
CF Adam Le Fondre

Substitutes: Ben Amos, Dean Moxey, Rob Hall, Filip Twardzik, Zach Clough, Simeon Slavchev, Tom Eaves.


GK Marcus Bettinelli
RB Jack Grimmer
CB Nikolay Bodurov
CB Shaun Hutchinson
LB Kostas Stafylidis
DM Ryan Tunncliffe
CM Seko Fofana
CM Lasse Vigen Christensen
CM Alexander Kacaniklic
CF Hugo Rodallege
CF Ross McCormack

Substitutes: Gabor Kiraly, Scott Parker, Patrick Roberts, Cauley Woodrow, George Williams, Dan Burn