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LOV Awards: Vote For Your Game of the Season

It's the Lion of Vienna end-of-season awards - get your vote in now!

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As you now know we are opening up our end of season awards to you, our avid readers. The second category up for your selection is the Game of the Season.

We have a few crackers for you to choose from, including a couple of victories over local rivals and some FA Cup heroics from our boys in white.

So without further ado, here is our shortlist for the Bolton Wanderers Game of the Season:

1) Bolton 3-1 Brentford, 25th October 2014

Three second half goals saw Wanderers cruise to victory over Brentford, as Neil Danns' 30 yarder was added to by substitute Mark Davies and an injury-time goal from Craig Davies. The win was Neil Lennon's first home match in charge, and made it two wins out of three since taking over at the Bolton helm.

2) Bolton 3-1 Wigan, 7th November 2014

Wanderers claimed victory over their local rivals in new manager Neil Lennon's first home game. Goals from Mac Clayton, Craig Davies and Lee-Chung Yong saw the Whites claim a comfortable, dominant victory.

3) Bolton 2-1 Blackburn, 26th December 2014

Wanderers golden oldies took centre stage to delight the home fans with a dose of festive joy against local rivals Blackburn. Boltonfought back from Joshua King's goal just before half-time, following some typically terrible defending, to win 2-1. First Eidur Gudjohnsen's superb low cross found Heskey to equalise, then Darren Pratley scored the winner just three minutes later.

4) Liverpool 0-0 Bolton, 24th January 2015

Wanderers went into the FA Cup clash with Premier League Liverpool with the odds stacked firmly against them and the vast majority of people expecting a hefty home victory. But Adam Bogdan, Matt Mills, Dorian Dervite and co put in an inspired performance to prevent their hosts and earn a replay at the Macron.

5) Bolton 3-4 Watford, 14th February 2015

This goalfest saw Wanderers, unsurprisingly, defeated in the last minute by high-flying Watford. The visitors took a first half lead through Odion Ighalo, only for Wanderers to fight back and turn the match on its head with two goals in four minutes from strike partnership Zach Clough and Adam Le Fondre. But the visitors then returned the favour of two goals in four minutes through Almen Abdi and Joel Ekstrand to make it 3-3. And Wanderers' shaky defence then allowed deadly striker Troy Deeney in for the winner in the last minute.