Following a decent start to their Championship season, in recent weeks Bolton Wanderers have started to slip down the table towards the relegation zone that many pundits predicted to find them in at the start of the year.
On a run of taking only five points from a possible 24, Bolton have slipped to 15th place in the Championship table some ten points behind leaders Sheffield United.
So on the back of this poor run of form can Bolton stay up this season?
Only because there are worse teams than them, or at least comparable ones.
I’d like to see Doidge given a chance to shine there.
His goals could be crucial
I think they can.
Their form has reverted to type a little bit in recent weeks but they have shown this season that they are more than capable of doing it.
Keep their best players fit and stay committed and they can certainly do it for sure.
The quality of depth in their squad may not be as strong as other relegation candidates but they have shown time and time again that they have the togetherness within the team to stay up.
So I expect them to stay up this season after having numerous seasons of experiencing relegation fights.
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