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EPL: Fulham - Bolton (23 August 2006)

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  • EPL: Fulham - Bolton (23 August 2006)

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    23 August - 20:00 PM
    Fulham - Bolton 2.370 3.200 2.930

    Head To Head
    All time results between Fulham and Bolton Wanderers

    Fulham wins draws Bolton Wanderers wins
    League 22 16 26
    FA Cup 0 0 2
    League Cup 0 2 1
    Total 22 18 29

    2005/2006
    English Premier Bolton Wanderers 2-1 Fulham 26-02-2006
    English Premier Fulham 2-1 Bolton Wanderers 27-11-2005
    2004/2005
    English Premier Bolton Wanderers 3-1 Fulham 09-04-2005
    English FA Cup Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Fulham 19-02-2005
    English Premier Fulham 2-0 Bolton Wanderers 21-08-2004
    2003/2004
    English Premier Bolton Wanderers 0-2 Fulham 15-05-2004
    English Premier Fulham 2-1 Bolton Wanderers 06-12-2003
    2002/2003
    English Premier Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Fulham 11-01-2003
    English Premier Fulham 4-1 Bolton Wanderers 17-08-2002
    2001/2002
    English Premier Fulham 3-0 Bolton Wanderers 23-04-2002
    English Premier Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Fulham 24-11-2001

  • #2
    Dont be fooled by Fulham's last game... those kind of results arnt a big surprise when ur playing away to a team like Man Utd.

    Anyway like Bolton, Fulham home form is a whole different ball game. Just loookin at the above stats u can see that Fulham over thet past 5 years has won all the home games against Bolton who have a mediocre away form.

    any thing above 2.4 for Fulham home win seems value to me as i think they have at least a 50% chance on wininng.

    Fulham HW @2.66 6/10
    "Gambling is like religion, its all about putting your faith in an uncertain outcome...."

    14/01/06 MrThrax

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    • #3
      Fulham 8 BROWN Michael MLC ** 22.8 PROBABLE 1 / 1
      Fulham 16 JENSEN Claus AMC ** 19.8 INJURED - / 1
      Fulham 17 ELLIOTT Simon DMC * 19.8 INJURED - / 1
      Fulham 24 PEMBRIDGE Mark MLC * 19.8 INJURED - / 1
      Fulham 30 WARNER Tony GK - 19.8 LOAN OUT - / 1
      Fulham 31 BATISTA Ricardo GK - 19.8 LOAN OUT - / 1
      Fulham # MALBRANQUE Steed MRC ** 19.8 OUT


      Bolton 9 PEDERSEN Henrik FLC * 18.8 INJURED - / 1
      Bolton 11 GARDNER Ricardo D/DML ** 18.8 INJURED - / 1
      Bolton 24 O'BRIEN Joey D/MRC * 18.8 INJURED - / 1
      Bolton 25 FAYE Abdoulaye D/DMRC * 18.8 INJURED - / 1
      Bolton 30 HOWARTH Chris GK - 18.8 LOAN OUT - / 1

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      • #4
        is it true that bolton player's are poisoned (something like that) with food and that they will play with B-squad?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bisti
          is it true that bolton player's are poisoned (something like that) with food and that they will play with B-squad?
          lol havent heard anything about it on Sky Sports News and theyr usually pretty up-to-date, especially if that were tru... although i hope it is!
          "Gambling is like religion, its all about putting your faith in an uncertain outcome...."

          14/01/06 MrThrax

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MrThrax
            Originally posted by bisti
            is it true that bolton player's are poisoned (something like that) with food and that they will play with B-squad?
            lol havent heard anything about it on Sky Sports News and theyr usually pretty up-to-date, especially if that were tru... although i hope it is!
            well I found it on one forum, without any source link, just wanted to ask if anyone knows anything about it or someone is spreading lie

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            • #7
              The Bolton website doesn't seem to think there's any food poisoning :lol:

              WITH NO fresh injury concerns, Sam Allardyce is set to field an unchanged side from the side that comfortably saw off Spurs on Saturday for the journey to Fulham on Wednesday evening.

              Ricardo Gardner (knee), Henrik Pedersen (Achilles), Joey O'Brien and Abdoulaye Faye (both knee) are still absent leaving the Wanderers boss to pick a starting XI from only 13 senior players and several members from the Club's Academy.

              Although buoyed by the opening day result, Allardyce is all too aware that Wanderers have never picked up a result against Fulham on their own patch in the Premier League.

              And with Fulham looking to make amends from their 5-1 demolition against Manchester United on Sunday, Wanderers will have their work cut out if they are to make it two wins on the trot.

              With the trip to Craven Cottage the first of a double-header in the Capital (the game precedes Saturday's game at Charlton), the Wanderers boss is limited, due to injuries, of who will be available. But admits that the experience garnered by the younger end of his playing staff will prove invaluable as the season progresses.

              "We only have 13 fit players this week and that means we have to use the Academy players to make the numbers up," mused the manager. "It's good experience for those players. The opportunity to be involved at the beginning of the season for the first team squad throughout most of pre-season but now to be included in the first-team squad for the experience should stand them in good stead for later on.

              "But the performance of the players on Saturday (against Spurs) and the fact that we didn't pick up any fresh injuries has laid a few fears to rest.

              "It's made life a little easier going into the Fulham game and hopefully we can repeat that kind of performance at Craven Cottage, which is a particularly bad venue for us historically in the Premiership.

              "We haven't won there so we've got to try and put that right. I watched Fulham against a very, very good Manchester United side and I think because Chris (Coleman) has changed his side around he fell foul to a heavy defeat because of the number of new players he's brought into Fulham this season."

              Probable Wanderers Squad:

              Jaaskelainen, Hunt, Fortune, Nolan, Ben Haim, Meite, Vaz Te, Campo, Davies. Diouf, Speed; Walker, Tal, Stelios, Fojut, Smith

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              • #8
                Originally posted by eidur_22
                The Bolton website doesn't seem to think there's any food poisoning :lol:
                yes, I've just found that... and checked how much money is on fulham, almoust nothing, so it was probably a lie

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