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Stats Zone: Bolton Wanderers

The facts and figures ahead of tomorrow's visit from The Trotters

12 January 2018

The Match in Numbers

2 – There have been just two stalemates in the last 17 meetings

5 – Both teams have scored in none of Wanderers last five games, three wins, two draws in that run

10 – Draws between the two

12 – Dean Smith’s side last tasted defeat at home in the league in August, winning five and drawing seven since

14 – Bolton wins over The Bees

17 – Brentford wins over Wanderers

18 - The Trotters have never kept a league clean sheet at Griffin Park

22 – There have been at least three goals in five of the last six encounters between the two

43.3 – Wanderers have the lowest possession percentage in the second tier

83 – Ollie Watkins has registered more shots than anyone else in the Championship

357 – Only one side have committed more fouls than Phil Parkinson’s Wanderers

438 – Gary Madine has been involved in more aerial duels than any other second tier player

1989 – Wanderers haven’t won at Griffin Park in the league in four attempts, stretching back to the 1980s

The First Meeting

23 September 1933, Football League Division Two - Bolton Wanderers 3 Brentford 2

Brentford: Clough, Astley, Hodge, Watson, Bain, Burns, Hopkins, Robson, Holliday, Scott, Fletcher

Goals from Dai Hopkins and Charlie Fletcher aren't enough as Wanderers take the points at Burnden Park.

The Last Meeting

23 September 2017, Sky Bet Championship - Bolton Wanderers 0 Brentford 3

Brentford: Bentley; Dalsgaard, Egan (Barbet) Bjelland, Henry; Woods, Yennaris, Sawyers (Mokotjo), Clarke (Jozefzoon), Watkins, Maupay

Three stunning strikes from Yoann, Nico, and Ollie wrap up a first win of the season for The Bees

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