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FERRET'S BOLTON TIPS

25 September 2015



BOLTON v ALBION

5/4ALBION 9/4 - DRAW 11/5BOLTON - - WITH SKY BET

Last-time out: Albion remained undefeated, but will be slightly disappointed not to have taken all three points from their trip to Wolves. Bolton succumbed to a heavy defeat at Huddersfield despite taking the lead inside the first five minutes.

Form:  Bolton have had a poor start to the season and find themselves one place and one point above the relegation zone. However, their one solitary win of the season came against Wolves.  Albion remain three points clear at the top of table and are seeking their best-ever league start.

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Result: Sky Bet's odds compilers continue to respect the Albion and make it difficult to find value.  I  think this could be a tight game with Bolton keen not to fall to another home defeat. A 0-0 scoreline is a genuine possibility, but I'll cover that in the goalscorer betting.

Alternatively, Albion could burst out of the blocks and dominate, making a 2-0 half-time lead at (12/1)and a two-goal margin of victory (13/2) look overpriced. However, this is not one to be investing heavily on. Additionally, after last week's Huddersfield result, it is worth a small tickle on  Bolton/Brighton (33/1) in the half-time/full-time category.
  
Goalscorer tips:  Dale Stephens (14/1) catches the eye, while no goalscorer at (8/1) could also play a major part in this match.

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