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Fulham visit Bolton ~ Ch. Team News MD22

last updated Friday 18th December 2015, 2:18 PM

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Bolton Wanderers v Fulham

Championship Match Day 22 1516 at Macron Stadium

Saturday 19th December 2015    KO: 15:00

Referee: Nigel Miller (County Durham)

Nigel Miller (County Durham)

Referee Nigel Miller
Referee Nigel Miller has been a referee since 1989 and was promoted to the Football League referees list in 2003. Mr. Miller is one of if not the oldest official in the Football League, born on the 5th of March 1960.

Mr Boyson has not had the pleasure of bossing a Fulham game before but he has bossed a Forest game this season. He reffed the 1-1 away draw at Bolton in August in which he yellow carded four Forest players.

Last Season Ref Boyeson reffed 33 games dishing out 93 yellows, a below average 2.8 cards a game, and 5 reds

Bolton Wanderers
Bolton Wanderers Neil Lennon
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Bolton will give Josh Vela a late fitness test prior to Fulham's visit.

The midfielder avoided any serious damage to his knee after coming off on a stretcher against Charlton on Tuesday and could even feature four days later for bottom-of-the-table Wanderers.

Zach Clough played 89 minutes on his return from a shoulder injury on Tuesday and the striker should start again after a couple of days' rest.

Neil Lennon has no new injury or suspension concerns, although Wellington Silva (hamstring) and Max Clayton (ankle) are long-term absentees.


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Fulham hope to have midfielder Scott Parker back in contention.

The 35-year-old has resumed training after missing the midweek defeat to Ipswich as a precaution following his return to fitness from an ankle injury.

The Cottagers are still searching for a new manager and are without a win in six matches, with senior coach Stuart Gray again set to be in charge of the first-team at the Macron Stadium.

Defender Jack Grimmer has stepped up his recovery from an ankle injury, but midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe (hamstring) remains sidelined.

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