Holden worry for Bolton

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Bolton Wanderers could again be without midfielder Stuart Holden for Saturday's Premier League game at Manchester City.

Holden missed last week's 2-2 draw with Blackpool due to a thigh strain and has yet to fully recover from the problem.

He is still to return to training and Trotters boss Owen Coyle admits the USA international is a major concern for Saturday's trip to the City of Manchester Stadium.

This could be good news for those of you who grabbed Mark Davies at 2-and-change. I think you can spend your current 7-something better elsewhere this week. But if you want to bet on Bolton at Manchester City - and we never suggest you bet on Bolton, unless we do - go right ahead.


  1. Chris O.4:09 PM

    Surely "never bet on Bolton" is more an anachronism than actual advice at this point? This is not the Bolton of yesteryear.

    That said, I ain't betting on them away to City either.

  2. Anonymous4:19 PM

    I agree with Chris. Maybe Newcastle (not very expected)? Or Wolves (more of a "never bet on" than a "never bet against")? Wigan (as well)?

    We'll have to think about it and find ourselves a new Bolton (or not find ourselves a new Bolton, as I believe the Premier League is a much happier place without that old scrappy team...)