Date: 21st March 2015 at 2:28pm
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Bolton go to the DW Stadium as the visitors to Wigan today, this is a 3pm kick-off – the line-ups have been confirmed.

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The teamsheets are in….

Wigan Athletic
26 Al Habsi
17 Boyce
04 Maguire
28 J.Pearce
20 Bong
15 Pennant
24 Perch
16 Kim Bo-kyung
27 Murphy
32 Fortuné
21 Clarke

01 Carson
03 Taylor
10 Mckay
18 Ojo
19 Cowie
33 Waghorn
36 Kvist

Bolton Wanderers
13 Amos
04 Mills
54 McCarthy
05 Ream
07 Feeney
17 Trotter
29 Bannan
20 Costa Rocha
52 Walker
09 Le Fondre
19 Heskey

01 Bogdan
03 Moxey
14 Dervite
22 Gudjohnsen
25 Vela
27 Twardzik
28 Davies

Any surprises for you, will this XI get the job done for us?

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3 Replies to “Wigan Athletic v Bolton – Team Line-Ups”

  • Well we’re nothing if not predictable! I said before the game that after six consecutive away defeats I d be happy with a point but hopefully not a point where we concede the equaliser deep into extra time. Ridiculous that it happened yet again!

  • I don’t know about you, but I have absolutely no faith in this three at the back formation that Lennon is persisting with. It seems we are all at sea until he reverts to a straight back four and things begin to settle down again. I would have played Vela from the start today, and can’t fathom why he didn’t. Sounds like we were a bit fortunate to gain a draw against a poor Wigan side. Unless Lennon works a close season miracle, it would appear that we are in the Championship for the long haul.

  • I don’t think it helps, because let’s face it Wigan breached our defence many times before the late goal and should have scored. But having said that I think the added time goal thing is just down to indiscipline. At the end of the day in all those games we’ve somehow managed to contain teams to the death and then capitulated en masse. I don’t think that’s down to three at the back I think it’s defending too deep too soon and not doing so intelligently. We should be working massively hard as a team in these critical spells to win the ball and when it’s won give easy options to keep the ball and get it into safe areas. What in fact happens is the exact opposite with players trying to keep the ball without support, losing it in important areas, not offering for team mates and misplacing passes on the rare occasions when there is an safe option available. It just looks like something between panic and complacency. Jan Mjolby in particular must have some strategy to cure this ill? Without it we’d be at least 9 points better off (Wolves, Reading,Blackburn,Watford, Wigan) and very comfortable even with some disjointed performances on the way. Team Lennon has to find some way to bring their leadership and strategy to bear on the pitch. Perhaps it’s just that we need a strong, calm, organising captain out there?

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