Bolton Wanderers visit Progression Solicitors Stadium on Tuesday for the League Two clash with hosts Barrow.
Our tips, poll and stats for Barrow v Bolton Wanderers can all be found here - plus the latest betting odds.
Barrow won’t want a repeat of their last result here after a 1-0 League Two loss in their previous game against Harrogate Town.
Jack Muldoon (22') scored for Harrogate Town.
It has not been often in recent games where Barrow have shown defensive steel. In fact, The Bluebirds have failed to prevent opponents from scoring in 6 of their previous 6 clashes, giving up 8 goals along the way.
Their past results show that Barrow:
- are undefeated in their previous 3 league matches at home.
- have not won at home in their last 4 matches in the league. That's never good.
After a loss in their previous game against Oldham Athletic in League Two action, Bolton Wanderers will be aiming to make amends here.
The only name on the scoresheet from Bolton Wanderers was Nathan Delfouneso (32'). Ben Garrity (28') and Zak Dearnley (90') scored for Oldham Athletic.
The stats don’t lie, and Bolton Wanderers have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 matches, conceding 9 goals in all. At the back, The Trotters have been far from perfect. Historical results aside, we will just have to wait and see whether the trend will persist in this upcoming game or not.
Team News: Barrow
Barrow boss David Dunn does not have any fitness worries whatsoever before this game with a completely healthy squad ready to go.
Team News: Bolton Wanderers
Owing to a fully healthy squad available to choose from, Bolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has no fitness worries to report ahead of this match.
We’ve got the feeling that Bolton Wanderers will surely be able to break down this Barrow outfit, but that is unlikely to prevent them from conceding a couple at the other end.
We reckon that it will be a 2-1 advantage for Barrow at the end of the match. There looks to be little in this one.
🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Progression Solicitors Stadium (5,045)
Captain: Lewis Hardcastle
Chairman: Paul Hornby
Manager: David Dunn
Competitions: League Two position 21, EFL Trophy (Group G - North)