Date: 17th March 2018 at 7:27pm
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Bolton Wanderers
1 – 0
Aston Villa

Macron Stadium



Attendance: 19,304

Referee: Jones

Bolton Wanderers Aston Villa
Le Fondre (19)
Alnwick Johnstone
Flanagan Elmohamady
Burke Chester
Derik Terry
Beevers Bree
Taylor Bjarnason
Ameobi Snodgrass
Pratley 27 Hourihane 54
Buckley 81 Adomah 72
Le Fondre Grabban


Vela 27 Lansbury
Noone Hogan 72
Robinson 81 Jedinak
Wilbraham Onomah
Wheater Hepburn-Murphy 54
Howard Bunn
Clough Davis 82

Game Statistics

11 Goal attempts 11
3 On Target 3
9 Corners 6
19 Fouls 14
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
43 % 57

23 Replies to “Stats: Bolton Wanderers v Aston Villa”

  • Last Saturday seems a long time ago be lucky to finish in the top six the way we’re playing

  • Two terrible performances, play offs here we come. Midfield was woeful to say the least, hopefully a few weeks off will freshen them up because do they need it. Very disappointing.

  • Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Very sad. Hope no one blames the conditions, both teams had to play through that. Bolton struggling and trying to stay out of the relegation zone, us trying to get promoted. You’d not really have told. After the high of v W

  • In line with the stats, I thought we were the equal of Bolton Wanderers. Which is not good enough.

  • Midfield agree was woeful, so bringing on a mass of strikers and taking off our wide players made us worse, not better. Davis for Grabban, much earlier, might have changed things, and held the ball up a bit more for us.

  • Was pleased to see Bjarnasson get a game … and then he turns in a stinker of a performance!! Probably only Grealish and Bree had half decent games today and Grealish ended up dragged all over the place due to the shape at the end. What Bruce was thinkin

  • Difficult to see 2nd really Ali after missing out on six points this week. Not impossible so like your optimism, after these two bottle job performances, I think my ultra optimism (kept saying we’d win the league!!!) has been severely dented!

  • Both Grealish and Bjarnason were off the pace – in fairness to Jack he was kicked every time he got on the ball as usual. Hourihane had one of his several invisible days. It seemed as though both individually and collectively we were bottling it – mistake

  • Well I was there tonight and it was a ******** disgrace, we did not deserve a point, and each one of the 4,500 of us thattraveled should get an apology at the very least.
    Oh and the play offs? Yeah whatever.

  • I hope we can scrape up somehow, but have always been in the despite of rather than because of B camp. If we don’t, I’ll look forward to walking the Championship next season, with a “you can win nothing with kids team”. Experience always needed, particul

  • Beaten by the Trotters, Problem was, Del boy, Rodney and Uncle Albert were playing for us tonight.

  • Conditions were the same for both teams, but they strongly benefited Bolton style of play. No excuses though, you have to be able to get results when conditions/referee/luck whatever it is falls against you. We had 4 clear cut chances (Adomah and Grabban

  • Poor again, conditions were terrible but same for both teams and Bolton seemed to cope with it far better than we did. I’d think we would need 7 wins and a draw from our last 8 for top 2, but the way we are playing there isn’t a chance in hell of that hap

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