LiveCrawley 1-4 Bolton RECAP: Davide Rodari’s first Reds goal not enough as visitors seal promotion

Crawley Town face Bolton Wanderers on the last day of the League Two season this afternoon (Saturday, May 8).

Antoni Sarcevic opened the scoring for Bolton early on. Photo: UK Sports Images Ltd
Antoni Sarcevic opened the scoring for Bolton early on. Photo: UK Sports Images Ltd

With their own push for a play-off place over, the Reds' aim will be to finish the season strongly, which would stop third-placed Bolton from achieving automatic promotion.

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Crawley 1-4 Bolton RECAP: Davide Rodari’s first Reds goal not enough as visitors seal promotion

Last updated: Saturday, 08 May, 2021, 16:54

(7) It’s been a quiet start to proceedings with both sides enjoying spells on the ball with little goalmouth action so far.

And we’re off!

What happened the last time these two teams met?

Bolton Wanderers 0, Crawley Town 1: Skipper Francomb secures all three points as Reds extend unbeaten run

Skipper George Francomb scored the only goal of the game as Crawley Town extended their unbeaten run.

Skipper George Francomb scored the only goal of the game as Crawley earned a terrific away win at Bolton earlier this season.

Can they do it again today? We are about to find out.

How the visitors will line-up

Mark Wright returns to the squad

Mark Wright could be in line for his first Crawley appearance since the 3-0 defeat here to Harrogate in February, as the former TOWIE star takes his place on the bench for the first time since that day.

John Yems has been forced into one change to his starting side, with the injured Jordan Maguire-Drew dropping out for Archie Davies.

Crawley: Morris, Francomb, McNerney, Craig, Tunnicliffe, Davies, Powell, J. Wright, Tsaroulla, Hessenthaler, Nadesan

Subs: Nelson, Frost, Sesay, Bulman, M.Wright. Rodari

Good afternoon Reds fans!

We have reached the final day of a strange old season where only one team has significant pressure on them.

A win will guarantee Bolton automatic promotion to League One but standing in their way are a Crawley team renowned for beating those above them.

It could be a good one!

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