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Preview: U23s vs Bolton Wanderers (h)

05 February 2018
All you need to know ahead of Monday night's Professional Development League clash against the Trotters...

Fixture: Hull City U23s vs Bolton Wanderers U23s
Where: Eon Visual Media Stadium
When: Monday 5th February 2018
Kick-Off: 7pm

Jon Beale’s side host league leaders Bolton Wanderers in their latest Professional Development League fixture on Monday night.

The Tigers face the high-flying Trotters looking to build on their 1-0 win away at Birmingham City last time out. Greg Olley’s second half strike secured all three points against the Blues, which ended a three-game winless run in all competitions and moved City’s youngsters up to fifth spot in the Northern Section.

David Lee’s Bolton side make the trip to East Yorkshire looking to maintain their lead at the top of the Professional Development League table having put together an eleven-game unbeaten run, including an impressive ten wins.

Monday evening’s Professional Development League fixture will take place at North Ferriby United’s Eon Visual Media Stadium and will kick-off at 7pm. Match updates will be available via Twitter by following @Tigers_Academy, while a match report will be available on both www.hullcitytigers.com and www.hulltigersacademy.com.

How They Fare: Bolton Wanderers U23s
League Position: 1st (Professional Development League North)
League Wins: 11
League Draws: 1
League Defeats: 6
League Goals Scored: 38
League Goals Conceded: 29
Form: W D W W W

Last Time Out: Bolton Wanderers 2 Huddersfield Town 1
Jack Earing scored with the last touch of the game to give Bolton Wanderers all three points against Huddersfield Town.

The win extended David Lee’s side’s lead at the top of the Professional Development League table to three points, and their unbeaten run to 11 games.

Connor Hall’s 16th goal of the season gave Bolton the lead on six minutes, his header from six yards beating Huddersfield ‘keeper Rory Brown.

Huddersfield equalised on 33 minutes, Luca Colville heading in from a corner, but it was the in-form hosts who had the final say as Earing’s late winner secured the win.

Bolton Wanderers: Turner, Morris, Muscatt, Edwards, Mitchell, Jones-Griffiths, Navarro, Earing, Hall, King, Lonsdale.
Subs Not Used: Fearnley, Aspinall, Smith, Connell, Moulden.

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