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Fulham vs. Bolton Wanderers

Craven Cottage

27/11/2005

2pm

Fulham Take On Trotters

Fulham boss Chris Coleman said he was 'gutted' following last weeks 3-2 loss to Boro. Lets hope he is a happier man at the end of todays game. Fulham certainly need the points to save us from being sucked back towards the relegation battle.

Fulham Team News:

Luis Boa Morte returns from a one match ban, Carlos Bocanegra is racing to be fit and Crossley returns following his recovery from a hamstring injury; as does Christanval. (from): Warner, Volz, Bocanegra, Knight, Goma, N Jensen, Diop, Elrich, Legwinski, Boa Morte, Malbranque, McBride, John, Helguson, Rosenior, Pearce, Christanval, Crossley.

Player to watch: Boa Morte

Capable of running any defence ragged.

Bolton Wanderers Team News:

Nicky Hunt could return having missed 9 games with a broken leg and Kevin Davies should be back in contention after being rested in midweek due to a rib injury. (from): Jaaskelainen, O'Brien, Hunt, N'Gotty, Ben Haim, Jaidi, Gardner, Giannakopoulos, Faye, Okocha, Speed, Nolan, Davies, Diouf, Vaz Te, Walker, Borgetti, Fadiga, Nakata.

Player to watch: Diouf

You never know what you are going to get with Diouf, sometimes a genius, other times a plonker!

Match Facts & Stats

Fulham are 14th with 12 points and would stay there if they won. We won't talk about the fall we could suffer if results went against us!

Bolton are 5th with 23 points and could be pushing for a top three place.

Last seasons corresponding fixture: Fulham 2-0 Bolton


Ref Watch:

Graham Poll. 11 games, 1 red card, 46 yellows.

Match Prediction:

A tough battle, if anyone wins it will be by a single goal, but I'm betting on a draw.

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