Bolton West Brom Odds : Coyle desperate for three points at Reebok

Bolton and West Brom go head to head on Sunday afternoon when the two sides meet at the Reebok Stadium, with Paddy Power reporting all the support has been for Owen Coyle’s side at 6/5.

Bolton were beaten 4-1 by Tottenham last time out on home soil, a result which could prove crucial come the end of the season. This was their game in hand on the teams around them and after it, they are still in the bottom three on goal difference with just two games remaining.

Owen Coyle will know that this game is a must win. It is the final game at home in this campaign and with a tough trip to Stoke on the final day; this certainly looks the more winnable fixture of the two.

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The Trotters had been on a run of three games unbeaten before the defeat to Spurs, form that they will need to find again if they are to survive in the Premier League.

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With just six wins on their own turf this season, Coyle will be hoping a great performance from his side this weekend as they look to claw their way out of the drop zone.

As for West Brom, they know that their manager Roy Hodgson is on his way to become the England boss, so it has been a strange week or so for them. However, he does have two games left at the club and will be looking to finish strongly to leave the team in good spirits.

The Baggies currently sit in tenth position, a fantastic achievement for the campaign. Now their job is to stay there and look to possibly finish as high as eighth.

Hodgson’s side have lost just one of their previous five encounters so travel to Bolton in good spirits.

They have also managed to keep a clean sheet in their last three matches, something that will please the newly appointed England boss.

It should be a great game in the North West this weekend and with so much at stake for the home side; it is not one to take your eye off. It all gets underway from 2pm on Sunday.

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