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How the players fared in the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge

Swaibu mishap gives Bolton welcome boost

Bolton Wanderers 4 Lincoln 0

Hunt's double exposes fragile Bolton's failings

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Rash of back trouble haunts Megson

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Cahill relishes scoring role in Bolton's fight for survival

Gary Cahill is determined to continue scoring goals to help Bolton survive in the Premier League. Centre-back Cahill is currently Bolton's joint top scorer with five goals to his name in 15 matches including two in two games in the last week.

Megson hails massive role played by blossoming Lee

Bolton manager believes gamble on South Korean has paid off handsomely for club

Jeepers keepers: blunders between the sticks

England goalkeeper Robert Green produced a goalkeeper blunder last night to gift Bolton a winning goal against West Ham.

Megson deflects talk of criticism at Bolton

Bolton Wanderers' honourable 3-3 draw with Manchester City at the weekend could be put down to Gary Megson's use of forthright language about his previously underperforming players prior to Saturday's match, but the manager will have none it, claiming such frankness has always been his modus operandi.

Blackburn end losing streak with Bolton win

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Bent's call is bad news for Owen

Capello ignores United striker for friendly with Brazil despite lengthy injury list

Ferguson urges United to restore mean streak

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Megson cries foul over disallowed strike

Manchester United 2 Bolton Wanderers 1: Bolton manager calls referee's decision 'ridiculous' as Valencia's first goal for United papers over defensive frailties

Carrick on hunt for big games

United's midfielder is still in the shadow of more illustrious England colleagues – but in the next eight days he has the chance to become one of Capello's inner circle

Capello on collision course over squad

Fabio Capello will risk the anger of Premier League managers this Sunday by selecting his strongest possible squad for England's last two World Cup qualifiers despite the team having already made it to South Africa next summer. The Italian plans to make few changes to the squad he will take to Ukraine next week.

Hart's strangers seek rapid introduction

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