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10-27-2006, 06:38 PM
Bolton Wanderers - Manchester United
Team GP W D L
Bolton 9 6 2 1
Manchester United 9 7 1 1

Home and away
League: Bolton 40 wins, Man United 42, Draws 24
Prem: Bolton 2 wins, Man United 8, Draws 4
at Bolton only
League: Bolton 24 wins, Man United 15, Draws 14
Prem: Bolton 0 wins, Man United 4, Draws 3

• Manchester United inflicted Bolton’s heaviest-ever Premiership defeat in February 1996 when the Red Devils won 6-0 away. • Louis Saha scored in both games against Bolton last season. • United have scored exactly two goals in four of their last five league encounters with Bolton. • The Red Devils have won five and lost none of the last six matches with Bolton • This is Man Utd’s best-ever start to a Premiership season after nine games. • United have fired in more shots on target than any team in the Premiership - 58 • Bolton have attempted the fewest shots on target this season - 24 • Bolton have won none of the seven games at home to United in the Premiership • United have won seven and lost two of their last nine Premiership north west derbies • Paul Scholes has scored seven goals in 10 games against Bolton in the Premiership • Jussi Jaaskelainen has saved 90.5% of all shots on target faced - the best save % in the top flight
Bolton Man Utd
E Hadji Diouf 3
Top Goalscorer O Gunnar Solskjaer 4

1.1 Average Goals Scored 2.1
0.4 Average Goals Conceded 0.6


Bolton Wanderers 6
N Anelka (knee 1 day)
E Diouf (ankle 1 day)
Q Fortune (calf [no return date])
A Faye (concussion 1 day)
J O'Brien (knee 8 days)
R Gardner (ACL 4 weeks)

Suspended: Kevin NOLAN
Manchester United 1
P Ji-Sung (torn ankle ligaments 6 weeks)
Many Injury’s for Bolton, but I believe Anelka and Diouf will be rdy.

Bolton Wanderers - Manchester United AWAY WIN
Very good facts for Manchester untied and Bolton wining streak need to come to the end, so good place to happen vs. MU.