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Bolton vs. Charlton Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      Overview

      • (19') V. Adeboyejo
      • (51') P. Maghoma
      • (71') J. Böðvarsson
      Football
      • (22') T. Small
      • (40') L. Jones
      • (61') D. Kanu
      • (65') P. Maghoma
      • (77') J. Sheehan
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      • (27') L. Jones
      • (37') C. Coventry
      • (48') K. Anderson
      • (49') G. Dobson
      • (54') D. Kanu
      • (93') A. May
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          Match Result

          Bolton Wanderers

          Shrewsbury Town


          60%

          Bol

          30%

          draw

          20%

          Shr

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Bolton Wanderers

          Shrewsbury Town


          20%

          Bol

          30%

          combined

          40%

          Shr

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Bolton Wanderers

          Shrewsbury Town


          40%

          Bol

          40%

          combined

          40%

          Shr

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Bolton vs. Charlton Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Bolton Wanderers will host Charlton Athletic at the Toughsheet Community Stadium on Saturday in a game that promises an exhilarating spectacle. As both teams strive to carve their paths to success in League One, the stakes couldn't be higher at both ends of the table.

          Bolton Wanderers have emerged as formidable contenders in League One, currently occupying the third spot and fiercely competing for promotion to the Championship. Under the astute guidance of manager Ian Evatt, the Trotters have galvanized their campaign with a string of impressive performances, signalling their intent to reclaim their place closer to where they'll feel they belong.

          Entering the season as one of the favourites for promotion, Bolton have lived up to the billing, showcasing resilience and determination on the pitch. Their unbeaten run of five games, including three wins and two draws, underscores their formidable form and unwavering resolve. Most recently, a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Wycombe Wanderers exemplified their character, with goals from Gethin Jones and Jón Daði Böðvarsson sealing the crucial three points.

          In attack, the Trotters boast a potent strike force led by the duo of Dion Charles and Victor Adeboyejo. Charles, with 13 league goals to his name, has spearheaded the Trotters' offensive charge, ably supported by Adeboyejo, who has notched eight goals in the league. With a blend of firepower and defensive solidity, Bolton presents a steely challenge to any opponent standing in their path to promotion.

          On the opposite end of the spectrum, Charlton Athletic find themselves embroiled in a battle for survival, languishing precariously in 20th place in League One. Despite entering the season with lofty aspirations of promotion, the Addicks have faltered under the weight of expectation, grappling with inconsistency and defensive frailty.

          With just one point separating Charlton from the relegation zone, the urgency to reverse their fortunes is palpable. Manager Nathan Jones, tasked with the unenviable challenge of steering Charlton to safety, faces an uphill battle to instil confidence and cohesion within his squad. Despite the promising arrival of prolific striker Alfie May, who has notched an impressive 16 league goals, Charlton's defensive vulnerabilities have proved to be their Achilles' heel.

          Charlton's winless run of sixteen games across all competitions serves as a stark reminder of the challenges that lie ahead. Despite their recent 1-1 draw against Lincoln City, characterized by Freddie Lapado's equalizer, the Addicks remain mired in dire straights and will need to improve under Jones' tenure.

          The battle in midfield is poised to be pivotal, with Bolton's industrious midfielders seeking to assert their dominance over Charlton's engine room. The likes of Dion Charles and Victor Adeboyejo will look to exploit Charlton's defensive lapses and test the resolve of the Addicks' backline.

          In contrast, Charlton's survival hopes hinge on their ability to contain Bolton's attacking threat and capitalise on any defensive lapses. Alfie May's predatory instincts will be crucial in exploiting any openings and leading Charlton's attacking charge against the Trotters' rearguard.

          In what promises to be a closely contested affair, we fancy Bolton Wanderers to emerge victorious, beating Charlton Athletic by a relatively comfortable margin. However, with survival hanging in the balance, Charlton could still pose a stern test for Bolton.

          For our Bolton vs. Charlton prediction, we're going for a 3-1 win for the home side.

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          Bolton Team News

          Will Forrester, Randell Williams and Nathan Baxter are all out injured, while George Thomason is unavailable through suspension.

          Top scorer Dion Charles left the pitch injured in the game against Wycombe, so Jón Daði Böðvarsson could take his place in the starting lineup after netting the winner last time out.

          Charlton Team News

          Young striker Miles Leaburn remains out injured for the Addicks while Michael Hector is an injury doubt.

          Freddie Lapado bagged the equaliser off the bench in Charlton's 1-1 with Lincoln City last time out so he should be rewarded with a place in the starting XI for this one.

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