The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 0-0 borte mot Oxford tirsdag 28. november.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
Wanderers equalled a club record for successive clean sheets, and while he rightly says it was a team effort, those two saves in the first half were something special.
Didn’t seem to be able to breathe on Edwards without him crashing to the floor but kept his head and pushed forward more in the second half.
Gave very little change as Oxford continually tried to take him on physically. Had plenty of possession in what was a chess game, at times.
Like Jones, had to cope with a fair bit of frustration, but held firm and did more with the ball after the break. One great clearance in the second half.
Got into some great areas and should probably have had a goal or an assist to his name. Works particularly well with Maghoma.
Not quite as magical as he has been recently but still the player who looked most likely to create something out of nothing.
Grew into the game and was desperately unlucky with one shot that looked destined for the bottom corner.
Produced a superb pass to create Charles’s best chance and broke up play all over the pitch. Clearly not on the referee’s Christmas card list, though.
Might well have been a matchwinner, as more chances dropped his way than anyone else in the second half.
Buzzed around, the way he does, and never let the Oxford defence settle. He will be gutted that his big chance did not end up in the back of the net, though.
Worked hard, often with back to goal, and tried to link up play. Maybe lacked a touch of composure at times but never let his head go down.
Subs: Bodvarsson 6.5, 67 (for Adeboyejo), Dempsey 77 (for Maghoma), Nlundulu 85 (for Charles) Not used: Mendes Gomes, Coleman, Forrester, Morley, Dempsey.