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Bolton host Fleetwood on the final day of the 2021/22 League One campaign on Saturday. The visitors need a victory to guarantee their third-tier status. Read our free predictions and find the latest odds for the fixture below in our detailed match preview.
Bolton vs Fleetwood – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Relegation-threatened Fleetwood face a day of destiny as the Cod Army visit Bolton for the campaign’s climax. Read our top three predictions for this weekend’s fixture below.
- Match Result – Bolton to Win @ 7/5 (2.4)
- Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 8/13 (1.6)
- Anytime Goalscorer – Amadou Bakayoko (no odds available yet)
These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.
Bolton to Win
Fleetwood need to match Gillingham’s result on the final day of the campaign to avoid relegation from League One, though the Cod Army could be in for a trying, tense afternoon when they visit Bolton. Wanderers are finishing the season in strong form and having won each of their last three assignments, they will be determined to sign off in style. That’s bad news for Fleetwood who have won only once in 20 attempts, so side with the hosts on Saturday.
Both Teams to Score
Bettors on the lookout for fixtures laden with goal-scoring potential will find plenty to be enthusiastic about when Bolton host Fleetwood on Saturday. 100% of Wanderers’ last six and six of Fleetwood’s last seven matches respectively have produced goals at both ends and a similar outcome looks possible when the teams clash in Greater Manchester this weekend.
Amadou Bakayoko to Score Anytime
With two goals in his last three appearances for Bolton, Amadou Bakayoko has been finishing his campaign on a high note and the 26-year-old attacker is one to watch in the anytime goalscorer stakes again on Saturday. With ten goals in 31 League One runouts overall this term, Bakayoko’s numbers are impressive and he can add to his tally against Fleetwood.
Bolton vs Fleetwood Match Preview and Team News
Ricardo Santos, Kieran Lee, Lloyd Isgrove, Marlon Fossey and Josh Sheehan are all out injured for Bolton at present, though midfielder Kyle Dempsey featured off the bench in last week’s 2-1 win at Cheltenham and he could start against Fleetwood. Wanderers will have to be content with a solid mid-table finish for the campaign no matter the result on Saturday.
Darnell Johnson, Brad Halliday, Harrison Holgate and captain Jordan Rossiter are all in the treatment room for Fleetwood, while Ellie Harrison and top-scorer Ged Garner are both still doubtful. The suspended Paddy Lane is also a big miss in attack. The Cod Army conceded twice late on to lose to Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday evening.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Bolton vs Fleetwood
Read our rundown of the top stats for Saturday’s fixture alongside a tool to help you choose the best odds.
Bolton vs Fleetwood Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
Which club is favourite to win on Saturday?
Bolton have been priced as favourites to beat Fleetwood on Saturday.
What time does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 13:30 CET (GMT +1).
Where will Saturday’s game be played?
Bolton vs Fleetwood will be contested at the University of Bolton Stadium.