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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
22 Charlton 9 13 24 40
23 MK Dons 9 12 25 39
24 Bolton 5 15 26 30
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Cardiff CityCardiff City
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Charlton AthleticCharlton Athletic
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MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
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Derby CountyDerby County
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BrentfordBrentford
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ReadingReading
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Bristol CityBristol City
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Preston North EndPreston North End
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Ipswich TownIpswich Town
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Leeds UnitedLeeds United
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 By Chris Wright

Bolton and Nigeria hero Jay-Jay Okocha scores beauty in legends match

The Bolton Wanderers legends were out in force for a charity game at the Macron Stadium on Tuesday, with two teams captained by John McGinlay and Tony Kelly squaring off to raise money for the club's Supporters and Community Trusts,

However, it may not surprise you to learn that it was Jay-Jay Okocha who stole the show as he's done so many times before, scoring twice (once for each team) and laying on a trademark showcase of trickery and skill for the thousands of fans in attendance.

The first of...

Tom Cairney strike enough as Fulham beat Bolton

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Fulham ended a disappointing campaign on a high as they disposed of relegated Bolton 1-0 at Craven Cottage.

A Tom Cairney curler was enough to separate the two sides in a game the West Londoners were on top throughout and left the visitors without a win on the road for the season.

Fulham were missing no less than five regular starters, including Moussa Dembele, while Bolton were able to welcome back Oscar Threlkeld.

The home side started the quickest, with Ryan Fredericks causing problems with his pace...

Stephen Dobbie nets winner for relegated Bolton against promotion-chasing Hull

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Substitute Stephen Dobbie's fourth goal of the season earned relegated Bolton a shock 1-0 Sky Bet Championship victory over Premier League hopefuls Hull at the Macron Stadium.

Dobbie fired home a cross from Lawrie Wilson to give League One-bound Wanderers only a fifth win of a dismal campaign, and a first home triumph in 15 matches.

It also ensured Hull's away hoodoo against Bolton continued unchecked, having not won on Trotters' territory since 1935.

Wanderers suffered a setback before kick-off as...

Peter Whittingham converts late penalty to keep Cardiff's play-off hopes alive

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Peter Whittingham kept Cardiff's slim play-off hopes alive with a stoppage-time penalty to earn a 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers.

Zach Clough gave the relegated Wanderers a shock lead with a superb free-kick after just eight minutes.

Niall Maher received a straight-red card for an ariel challenge on Craig Noone after the break before Kenneth Zohore squeezed a shot through the legs of Bolton goalkeeper Ben Amos to level.

And the Bluebirds moved three points behind Sheffield Wednesday with two games to...

Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Charlton Athletic

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Charlton's stay in the Sky Bet Championship is over after Jose Riga's side failed to beat already-doomed Bolton at the Macron Stadium.

The Addicks had to take three points off Wanderers to stand any chance of remaining in the game's second tier.

But a drab 0-0 draw means the teams meet again next season in League One and given the poor quality served up it was not difficult to see why both are heading in the wrong direction.

Defender David Wheater's second half header, superbly saved by Nick Pope, was...