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Match Preview: Brentford FC vs Bolton Wanderers

Bolton travel to Griffin Park to take on Brentford.

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Brentford vs Bolton Wanderers

Griffin Park

Tuesday 5th April

KO: 20:00

Bolton travel to mid table side Brentford FC still looking for their first away win of the season. The games comes almost a year to the day since Bolton's last away win, a 3-0 victory at Cardiff City on the 6th April 2015. Wanderers will face a Brentford side that has only won once since the end of February, although that was a comprehensive 3-0 win at Nottingham Forest last Saturday. It's also worth noting Bolton have only won once in their last five visits to Brentford.

Team News

Bolton Wanderers

Rob Holding will be unavailable after picking up a red card against Reading. Gary Madine and Stephen Dobbie face late fitness tests. Max Clayton, Dorian Dervite and Wellington Silva remain sidelined.


Josh McEachran (foot), Scott Hogan (hamstring), Lewis Macleod (knee), Philipp Hofmann (back) and Andreas Bjelland (cruciate) are out injured. David Button and Alan Judge should be available.


Bolton Wanderers LLLDLL

Brentford WLLLLW


Bolton Wanderers

Top Goalscorer - Gary Madine (6)

Most Assists - Dean Moxey (5)


Top Goalscorer - Alan Judge (14)

Most Assists - Alan Judge (10)

One To Watch

Alan Judge - Brentford's most influential player will cause the most threat to Wanderers

What's Been Said

Jimmy Phillips -

''Out of possession, the players worked very hard on Saturday. But we didn't keep the ball as well as we would have liked.

We go to Brentford with a chance. They got a very good result against Nottingham Forest, but we've done our homework on them.''

Match Odds

Brentford 4/6

Draw 14/5

Bolton Wanderers 4/1

Match Prediction

Brentford 2-0 Bolton Wanderers