World News – GB – Barrow vs Bolton Wanderers LIVE


We will show you all the action of the Ligue 2 shock at the Progression Solicitors Stadium

The Bolton Wanderers are back in action in Ligue 2 tonight as they head to Cumbria to face newcomers from EFL Barrow

And it marks the return of Trotters boss Ian Evatt to his former club, after leaving the Bluebirds this summer to take over at Bolton University stadium

The Wanderers aim to bounce back from the weekend’s loss to Oldham Athletic and win back-to-back road games in Ligue 2 after sealing three points against Harrogate Town earlier this month

The Bluebirds under new boss David Dunn – who will be out of the sideline due to self-isolation after testing positive for coronavirus – are still seeking their first three points of the season in the league, having been beaten by Harrogate Town the weekend

The vagrants occupy the 20th place in the standings before the match, one point and two places ahead of their hosts

We’ll be live throughout the evening from Progression Solicitors Stadium with all the roster, squad news, game action and post-game reaction from Wanderers head coach Evatt to see if his new team can claim three points against their former employers and climb the Ligue 2 standings

Crawford shoots a Bolton free kick from the right and Kioso hits it up close at the slot machine The vagrants needed it

The hosts look dangerous at the break as they jump on loose possession of Bolton Dior Angus is stopped in his tracks by Baptiste in the final attack

There’s a pinball machine in the box Bolton Crellin refuses Quigley at close range but the forward keeps the action alive and the ball ends up finding its way to Jones on the edge of the box which explodes in the top corner

Chris Taylor picks it up and folds it over the wall and down to the bottom corner in front of a diving Crellin – the worst possible start for Wanderers

Both teams returned to the locker rooms – 10 minutes before kick-off

Pre-match preparations are still underway, but we’re just over 15 minutes from kick-off at Progression Solicitors Stadium

It’s unclear exactly how the Wanderers will line up, but here’s how we expect Bolton to line up tonight

Barrow: Dixon, Barry, Zouma, Platt, Brough, J Taylor, C Taylor, M Jones, Kay, Angus, Quigley Subs: Moloney, Brown, Hird, Biggins, James, Reid

Ian Evatt makes changes for tonight’s clash at @BarrowAFC Arthur Gnahoua and Alex Baptiste enter the starting XI in place of Nathan Delfouneso and @ Liam_Gordon15 # BWFC picTwittercom / ShSJqWgSOP

Using the squad selector, this is the popular squad that Bolton fans want to see start tonight

Team Wanderers news is expected to be revealed within the next 20 minutes and we’ll bring it to you as soon as possible to see if Ian Evatt has made any changes to the squad that lost to Oldham on Saturday.

The Wanderers took their first three points of the season on the road last time in Ligue 2 with victory over Harrogate

They also had positive performances that deserved more in the defeats against Colchester United and Shrewsbury Town, the latter of which was in the EFL Trophy

And while he admits he’s not sure exactly why playing away from the University of Bolton stadium seems to suit his team so far this campaign, he wants his team to start improving their game when ‘she will play at home in the future, as he sensed Oldham Athletic this weekend observing their surroundings for the afternoon

Came here on Saturday and as I showed up to the game and walked out of the hotel you walk past the opponents who are on the pitch and they all spin, they all film the stadium and the stands with their phones because it’s a palace compared to where most of them have played and in turn it lifts them up and elevates their game

Away from home it’s completely different because even if there are no fans the pressure is rather low, the pressure is still on the home teams to make the game and try to win the game and it probably suits us a little better to play on the pitch counterattack

Ian Evatt revealed yesterday that Wanderers were contacted by police over a possible ‘welcome party’ from some Barrow supporters ahead of returning to his former club tonight

Evatt managed the Cumbrian squad for two seasons and guided them towards promotion in the latest EFL and Ligue 2 campaign, which was cut short early in light of the coronavirus pandemic

Ahead of the match, Evatt revealed that Barrow police had been in contact with Wanderers after receiving reports that a certain section of Bluebirds support would be present as a ‘welcome party’ ahead of the match

Although the Bolton boss admits the news is disappointing to hear, he stressed that he didn’t have a bad word to say about his former employers and spoke warmly of his accomplishments with the Cumbrian club

Ahead of tonight’s game, we’ve implemented a squad selector so you can choose your Wanderers squad to take on the Bluebirds tonight

Until we hear about the team’s news around 6 p.m., there are a few names we won’t see tonight

Lloyd Isgrove, Shaun Miller, Tom White and Gethin Jones are all in different stages of their return from injuries and Ian Evatt provided an update on the status of the four players yesterday in his pre-match press conference

There was positive news for three players and a slight setback for another, and you can see what he had to say here

Welcome to Manchester Evening News coverage of the Bolton Wanderers’ trip to face Barrow tonight in League Two

The Progression Solicitors Stadium kicks off at 7pm as Ian Evatt returns to the club he left this summer to take over at Wanderers

We should hear from the squad around 6 p.m., and we’ll be bringing you the game-action and Evatt’s post-match reaction throughout the evening

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