Collins, Bishop, Emmanuel, Quaner and Dozzell Start at Bolton
Saturday, 6th Apr 2019 14:24
James Collins, Teddy Bishop, Josh Emmanuel, Collin Quaner and Andre Dozzell all start as Paul Lambert makes five changes for the game at Bolton Wanderers.
James Bree, Trevoh Chalobah, Toto Nsiala and Kayden Jackson drop to the bench, while Jon Nolan misses out due to the achilles injury he suffered in the 2-0 home defeat to Hull City last weekend.
Will Keane made the trip but is not included in the 18, along with Jonas Knudsen.
Emmanuel makes his second start of the season at right-back with Collins alongside skipper Luke Chambers at centre-half.
In midfield, Dozzell and Bishop are either side of Cole Skuse in a midfield which could become familiar next season in League One.
Alan Judge, fresh from signing his new contract, and Gwion Edwards will be either side of lone central striker Quaner up front.
Bolton are unchanged from the team which won 2-1 at QPR last weekend with the players having returned to training on Thursday following a 48-hour walkout in solidarity with unpaid off-field staff.
The players remain unpaid, while there is no hospitality and although the IT problems overnight were rectified Wanderers’ email system wasn’t working ahead of the game.
Bolton: Matthews, Taylor, Beevers, Olkowski, Connolly, Wheater, Ameobi, Buckley, O’Neil, Williams, Magennis. Subs: Alnwick, Little, Oztumer, Donaldson, Noone, Wilson, Connell.
Town: Bialkowski, Emmanuel, Chambers (c), Collins, Kenlock, Skuse, Bishop, Dozzell, Edwards, Judge, Quaner. Subs: Gerken, Chalobah, Jackson, Downes, Nsiala, Bree, El Mizouni. Referee: Peter Bankes (Merseyside).
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