Wilbraham’s goal ensured Bolton moved six points clear of the bottom three, with just nine games left in the season.
Here are my player ratings from the game:
Ben Alnwick - 7
Good in air and solid as usual. Made a great save to deny Atdhe Nuhiu at his near post in the first half.
Andrew Taylor - 7
Improved as the game went on, having had to deal with Jack Hunt.
Mark Beevers - 7.5
Good performance against his former side. Dealt with Joao and Nuhiu very well.
Reece Burke - 7.5
Supposedly won more headers than any other Wanderers player. Like Beevers, Burke dealt well with the aerial threat of Atdhe Nuhiu.
Jon Flanagan - 7
Good performance from the Liverpool loanee. Linked up well with Ameobi down the right wing.
Derik - 7
Highest pass completion rate of any Bolton player. Unlucky not to score from a corner in the second half.
Karl Henry - 7
Solid as ever playing alongside Derik in midfield.
Darren Pratley - 7
Fantastic workrate, but wasn’t able to link up with ALF as well as he did against Reading.
Will Buckley - 6
Unlucky not to give Wanderers the lead with a header in the first half. Bit wasteful when on the ball.
Sammy Ameobi - 7
Bit guilty of hanging onto the ball a couple times, but produced a great cross for Buckley and had a few good shots on goal.
Adam Le Fondre - 6.5
Wasn’t as good as he was against Reading, but tried his best to force Wednesday’s defenders into making mistakes.
Filipe Morais - 7
Couple of great set pieces in the second half. Produced a fantastic cross for the goal.
Zach Clough - N/A
Didn’t really make an impact when he came on.
Unjustly booed onto the pitch by a small minority of Wanderers fans. Scored a fantastic header to silence his critics and to secure a priceless point for Bolton.