Bolton Wanderers vs Exeter City Match Review
December 16, 2022
On Saturday, Bolton Wanderers will host Exeter City at the University of Bolton Stadium in an effort to keep up their push for promotion.
The visitors haven’t won in any of their last three league games, while the hosts’ most recent game was a loss to Shrewsbury Town.
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Bolton Wanderers vs Exeter City Tips Prediction
Last weekend’s League One match between the Trotters and Shrewsbury Town ended in a demoralizing 3-2 loss for the Trotters as they conceded twice in the final 11 minutes of play.
Evatt’s team did, however, get back on track in midweek, defeating Manchester United’s Under-21s 4-0 to secure their place in the Northern Section quarterfinals of the EFL Trophym
After an hour of missed opportunities and frustration, Bolton scored four goals in the second half through Dapo Afolayan, Aaron Morley, Amadou Bakayoko, and Conor Bradley.
The Trotters are hoping to bounce back from their disappointing loss in Shropshire by bringing their cup form into league competition, and Evatt is eager to see that happen.
As for Exeter, Jake Caprice gave the Grecians the lead, but Callum Paterson’s equalizer in stoppage time prevented Exeter from winning their most recent match against Sheffield Wednesday.
After a difficult stretch in recent weeks, Gary Caldwell’s team will be eager to get back on track, but this weekend’s match against promotion-chasing Bolton will be a tough test
.Exeter has had a strong start to the season after earning promotion back to League One last year, and they presently lie 13th in their first season in the third division since 2012.
The Grecians have only won one of their last six league games, a 3-2 victory over Peterborough United on November 12 thanks to a late equalizer from Sam Nombe and a 91st-minute winner from Jevani Brown. As a result, they are currently four points outside of the playoff spots.
Even though the last time Caldwell’s team won away from home was in October, a victory today might propel Exeter into the top eight should other results go their way.
We predict that Bolton will win by a razor-thin margin and continue to make progress toward being promoted from League One.
The hosts are in better shape, and we anticipate that they’ll make a ton of opportunities for everyone.