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The England No 1 made a number of high profile errors, leading to his relegation to the bench

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Wolves stay up despite loss to Blackburn

Wolves 2 Blackburn 3

Blackpool snatch points in seven-goal thriller

Blackpool 4 Bolton 3

Blackburn move closer to top flight survival

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Bolton eager to honour Nat Lofthouse with Wembley triumph

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Hoilett takes the helm as Rovers come out fighting

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Blackburn secure vital draw in relegation battle

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Don't bother booking a drink – it's curtains for the interval

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Klasnic breaks stalemate to earn Bolton reward for their ambition

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Robinson's reflexes earn Blackburn a point

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Mimms' Ewood future in doubt

Liverpool may capitalise on uncertainty surrounding the future of the Blackburn Rovers goalkeeping coach Bobby Mimms, who may be the latest individual to leave Ewood Park after the Venky's takeover. Mimms, who was a player at Blackburn when Liverpool's manager Kenny Dalglish was in charge there, has not been given the new contract he was anticipating. He has become highly respected at the club and is credited with resurrecting the career of Paul Robinson.

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