View Poll Results: How WIll The Game End

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Thread: Bolton Wanderers v Manchester City

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    Default Bolton Wanderers v Manchester City



    Bolton's season effectively ended after their FA Cup semi-final thrashing to Stoke. Manchester City, meanwhile, are coming off two wins in four days against Tony Pulis's side, the first of which ended 35 trophy-less years for them. But the club's owners are also looking to secure qualification for next season's Champions League group stages, which victory at the Reebok Stadium will guarantee for Roberto Mancini's men. City are clear favourites against a team whose eyes are firmly focused on their summer holidays, however much the Bolton manager, Owen Coyle, likes to think otherwise.
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    Match pointers

    • Should they lose, Bolton will become the fourth team this season to have recorded five successive defeats

    • Manchester City have won none of their last five league visits to the Reebok Stadium, failing to score in four of those games

    • Bolton have scored 35% of their goals before half-time, a division low

    • Since he joined City at the start of last season, Carlos Tevez has scored more goals in the Premier League than any other player – 43

    • Bolton have won four and drawn one of their six home matches on the final day of a Premier League season

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    Come on City!! Third place and FA Cup. Good Times

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    I went for the draw out of sheer desperation lol I can't see City slipping up, so its 4th for us unless the mighty Bolton can get a good result.
    "Veni, Vidi, Vici".

    Most football teams are temperamental. That's 90% temper and 10% mental.

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    Going for a shock here. Home win and Danny Sturridge to sock it to his old club.



    Bolton 2 City 0

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    Can only see a city win.

    2:0

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    1-0 man city

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    Surely City won't cock this one up, 2-0 away win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tottenham28 View Post
    Surely City won't cock this one up, 2-0 away win.
    I hope thats the kiss of death on them lol
    "Veni, Vidi, Vici".

    Most football teams are temperamental. That's 90% temper and 10% mental.

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    Bolton

    22 Jaaskelainen
    02 Steinsson
    04 Robinson
    05 Cahill
    12 Knight
    07 Taylor
    09 Elmander
    11 Gardner
    27 Lee
    14 Davies
    15 Sturridge

    Substitutes

    01 Bogdan,
    31 Wheater,
    10 Petrov,
    21 Cohen,
    17 Klasnic,
    19 Moreno,
    44 Vela


    Man City

    25 Hart
    04 Kompany
    05 Zabaleta
    19 Lescott
    38 Boyata
    11 Johnson
    18 Barry
    21 Silva
    34 De Jong
    42 Y Toure
    32 Tevez

    Substitutes

    01 Given,
    57 Wabara,
    07 Milner,
    08 Wright-Phillips,
    24 Vieira,
    10 Dzeko,
    45 Balotelli

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    1-0 City

    Looks like there getting 3rd

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    2-0 City

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    Do you think Coyle will swap Cahill for eboue
    "Veni, Vidi, Vici".

    Most football teams are temperamental. That's 90% temper and 10% mental.

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