The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 2-1 seieren hjemme mot Northampton Town lørdag 21. oktober.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
A complete bystander for the most part. A couple of passing mix-ups didn’t help the nerves later on but never looked under any serious pressure.
Big call to put him back into the team straight away but rewarded the decision with a pretty solid show. Pushed forward to great effect with Dacres-Cogley early on.
A few rusty touches, which thankfully went unpunished, but also a few moments that remind you just what a good defender he is at this level.
Looked confident, as well he might on the week he made his international debut. Covered really well, used his pace and moved the ball well down the left side.
Effective in the early stages but looked a little ragged after the half time break, which is quite out of character.
Was running the show for a while. Didn’t get on the ball anywhere near as much in the second half but one of the few who didn’t give the ball away.
Other than being a tad shot-shy, Thomason did a bit of everything and covered a lot of ground. Chased every loose ball in midfield.
Created one and scored one, a constant outlet on the left throughout. Worked well with Thomason and full of energy.
Produced the pass of the day for Williams’ goal, and there were plenty of other classy touches besides. Ran out of steam a bit in the end.
A typical bit of poaching to grab his ninth of the season. Loose in possession at times, which was a downside, but did his bit.
Worked hard and got into some good positions through sheer persistence but lacked a touch of composure, which was a shame.
Subs: Maghoma 74 (for Morley), Nlundulu 79 (for Charles), Bodvarsson 79 (for Adeboyejo).