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4 October 2012

Millwall v Bolton Wanderers down the years

In total, the two sides have met on 35 previous occasions, with Millwall enjoying the upper hand with 15 wins to Bolton’s 14; the remaining six games  finishing all square.
In League action, there have been 28 meetings between The Lions and The Trotters, with Millwall winning 14 to Bolton’s 11, and three ending in draws.
The last time we met in League action was back in the 1994/95 season, when Bolton scraped 1-0 wins on each occasion both home and away.

When we last met:

FA Cup Fourth Round
Millwall 0 Bolton Wanderers 2
Saturday 18th February, 2012
Attendance: 11,134

Millwall's hopes of reaching the last eight of the FA Cup were thwarted as goals in either half from Ryo Miyaichi and David Ngog secured Bolton's passage into the Quarter Finals.
There was to be no giant-killing by The Lions against their then Premier League opponents, who got off to a perfect start when debutant Miyaichi thumped home the opener after barely three minutes.
Wanderers doubled their tally on 58 minutes courtesy of a precision finish from former Liverpool striker Ngog, who drilled home from the edge of the area.

Lions:Mildenhall, Dunne, Robinson, Lowry, Barron, Feeney (Bouazza, 73’), Trotter, Smith (Wright, 57’), Kane (Henry, 80’), Henderson, Keogh. Subs not used: Forde, Craig, N’Guessan, Mason.

Trotters: Bogdan, Steinsson, Wheater, Ream, Ricketts, Davies (Pratley, 86’), Muamba, Reo-Coker, Sanli, Ngog, Miyaichi (Eagles, 78’). Subs not used: Jaaskelainen, Robinson, Knight, Klasnic, Boyata.
Scorers: Miyaichi, Ngog

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