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Blackburn Rovers vs Bolton Wanderers (2-0) - Match Review


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Blackburn Rovers made it 4 wins on the spin as they beat local rivals Bolton Wanderers 2-0 at Ewood Park.

The story of the day was Ben Brereton scoring his first goal for the club in the 1st half.  Rovers had other chances to add to their tally but had to wait to the 2nd half before we made the game safe.

The 2nd goal fell to Adam Armstrong who tapped home a scrappy effort which made the points safe.

Rovers will head to Carrow next Saturday as they look to be party poopers in Norwich City's promotion push.

Rovers did introduce some youngsters in the 2nd half, as they looked to gain some valuable experience for next season.

Rovers: Leutwiler, Nyambe, Lenihan (c), D. Williams, Bell, Rodwell (J. Buckley, 65, Travis (Bennett, 46), Armstrong, Dack (Butterworth, 76), Rothwell, Brereton.

Unused substitutes: Raya, Graham, Mulgrew, Conway.

Goals: Brereton, 30, Armstrong, 50.

Bolton Wanderers: Alnwick, Taylor (c), Beevers (Wilson, 11), Donaldson, Ameobi, Noone, Hobbs, Connolly, J. Williams (Murphy, 39), Brockbank (Muscatt, 75), Connell.

Unused substitutes: B. Williams, Oztumer, W. Buckley, Magennis.

Referee: Andy Woolmer.

Attendance: 14,495 (1,163 away)

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