Bolton Wanderers In Focus

Friday 9 February 2018 11:00

Have a read of the key matchday details ahead of our trip to Bolton, including some important news regarding travel disruptions.

Possible opposition absentees

Will Buckley - hamstring injury

Stephen Darby - head injury

Aaron Wilbraham - calf injury

Reece Burke - back injury

Dorian Dervite - dead leg

Tickets

Fans can buy through the Fulham Ticket Office in person or on 0203 871 0810 (option 3) until 3pm on Friday. Cash only tickets can be bought at the Macron Stadium on the day from the turnstiles at Block F of the Franking Sense South Stand, with no price increase.

Weather

Pack your waterproofs as it's expected to rain in Bolton on Saturday, with temperatures around six degrees.

Getting there

Fans are warned that overrunning improvement works on the Manchester-Bolton-Preston lines will affect journeys on Saturday. Please check before you travel, as previous arrival times have been disrupted because the final part of your journey to Horwich Parkway (the nearest station to the Macron) must now be made by a rail replacement bus, which takes considerably longer. A taxi from Manchester Piccadilly or Preston should take around half an hour, and could be a better course of action for fans making the trip.

He said...

Everyone knows they’re a good side, they got to the Play-Offs last year and in the Semis against Reading were probably unlucky not to progress to the Final. They’re in the best run of form they’ve had all season.” – Phil Parkinson, Bolton manager.

Live stream

Overseas subscribers to fulhamfctv will be able to watch a live stream of this game. Follow this link for all available packages, and head to www.fulhamfc.com/live from 2.30pm (GMT) to view.

Grosvenor Casinos match odds

Bolton: 29/10

Draw: 5/2

Fulham: 10/11

Previous five results

Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Bristol City (Sky Bet Championship)

Bolton Wanderers 1-1 Ipswich Town (Sky Bet Championship)

Brentford 2-0 Bolton Wanderers (Sky Bet Championship)

Bolton Wanderers 1-2 Huddersfield Town (FA Cup)

Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Hull City (Sky Bet Championship)

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