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Questions At The Back Ahead of Bolton’s Trip To Wimbledon


Bolton are in the capital tomorrow as they face Wimbledon. 

It’s another away game, so we know what to expect from them. If you can defend, bring your boots it seems. Further forward, we may at least have one or two faces more than last week.

Team news

It’s a mess in central defence, only Toto Nsiala is available from last weekend, so Ryan Delaney will almost certainly get his first start as a Wanderers player. Going forward, things are a bit more positive, Ronan Darcy is once again available, as finally is Anthony Georgiou.

Stats and facts

Wanderers drew 2-2 with Wimbledon in the reverse fixture, that was played a few weeks before Christmas. Ryan Delaney was on the Wombles’ books at the time, on loan from Rochdale.

Bolton’s last visit to Kingsmeadow was on a hot summer’s day back in August 2016. We initially went behind on our first away day that season but scored twice to secure what was a first away win for 16 months.

Last week’s draw with Accrington was Bolton’s sole point from the past five games. Wimbledon have three draws, one loss and one win in their last five games.


We’re away, we’ve issues at the back. A 2-0 loss.

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