1/09/2018 3:00 pm
Referee: Andy Davies
|Preston North End||Bolton Wanderers|
|Robinson, Browne||Ameobi, Olkowski|
|Declan Rudd||Ben Alnwick|
|Tom Clarke||Pawel Olkowski|
|Paul Huntington||David Wheater|
|Ben Davies||Mark Beevers|
|Andrew Hughes||Andy Taylor|
|Ben Pearson||Jason Lowe|
|Paul Gallagher||Gary O'Neil|
|Graham Burke||Sammy Ameobi|
|Alan Browne||Joe Williams|
|Brandon Barker||Yanic Wildschut|
|Callum Robinson||Josh Magennis|
|Chris Maxwell||Remi Matthews|
|Darnell Fisher||Josh Vela|
|Josh Earl||Erhun Oztumer|
|Louis Moult||Clayton Donaldson|
|Josh Harrop||Craig Noone|
|Daniel Johnson||Jack Hobbs|
|Tom Barkhuizen||Jonathan Grounds|
Bolton Wanderers remain unbeaten in the Championship after a 2-2 draw at Preston North End. It’s the first time Wanderers have managed to overturn a two-goal deficit since they came back at Valley Parade against Bradford in February 2017.
Callum Robinson had opened the scoring for North End after the ball was given away in midfield, before Alan Browne’s goal meant we fell further behind. We then turned things around, with Sammy Ameobi’s effort wrong-footing Declan Rudd, before Pawel Olkowski, with the aid of the woodwork, scored his first goal for us to equalise.
We did fall out of the playoffs with that result (yes, it is daft to care about that in September) but it’s 11 points from six games, which represents a decent start to the season. QPR are next, once the international break is done, a game which we really should be looking to win.
Joe Williams made his debut for us, and received a yellow card after the final whistle, after a clash with Ben Pearson, the latter being red-carded.
Noone on for Wildschut (61)
Grounds on for Taylor (74)
Barkhuizen on for Gallagher (45)
Johnson on for Burke (45)
Moult on for Barker (61)