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Player Ratings: Norwich City 0-0 Bolton Wanderers

How did Wanderers get on against Norwich?

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Bolton Wanderers left Carrow Road with what could be a valuable point in the race to remain in The Championship.

Here are the LOV player ratings from the game:

Ben Alnwick - 7

Solid as ever with a couple of vital saves, especially one from Nélson Oliveira in the first half.

Dorian Dervite - 7.5

A welcome return to the side. Looked more composed after the change in formation in the second half.

David Wheater - 7

Continues to be a strong presence in defence. Played a part before going off in the second half.

Mark Beevers - 7

Much improved from recent games. As with Dervite, looked more composed after the change in formation.

Antonee Robinson - 7

Slow start but improved as the game went on after Morais moved over to left wing.

Filipe Morais - 7

Looked a threat for Wanderers going down the left wing in the second half. Linked up well with Robinson.

Reece Burke - 6.5

Improved as the game went on. Solid first game in defensive midfield for Burke.

Jem Karacan - 7

Like the Sunderland game, Karacan continued to improve as the game went on. Welcome return to the side given recent injuries and suspensions.

Darren Pratley - 7.5

Great first outing for the skipper since his return from injury. Definitely didn’t shy away from getting stuck in.

Sammy Ameobi - 7

As ever, Ameobi can look a threat when given the chance. Solid outing.

Adam Le Fondre - 6.5

Might have done better with a header in the first half, but played a part in the game despite limited goal action.

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Aaron Wilbraham - 6

Decent outing from the veteran striker. Could have won it for Wanderers, but his shot flew over.

Jon Flanagan - 6

Solid debut from the Liverpool loanee. Made a great run and pass to set up Wilbraham for his chance late on.

Derik - 6

A late substitution for Burke, Derik made some important tackles and clearances to ensure Wanderers came away with a point.