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MetiNews.Com - Here's what you need to know about watching the League Two clash at the JobServe Community Stadium
Breaking News ! Bolton Wanderers are on the road this weekend for their first away day of the season. The Trotters take on Colchester United at the JobServe Community Stadium in League Two. Wanderers are seeking their first win of the season after three successive defeats in all competitions. And Ian Evatt's side take on a U's side which opened their League Two campaign with a goalless draw away to Bradford City last weekend. The Essex outfit finished last season sixth after the campaign was curtailed early in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Colchester took part in the play-offs but lost out in their semi final against Exeter City, who themselves were defeated by Northampton Town in the final at Wembley for a place in League One. The match this weekend will be taking place behind closed doors with no supporters in attendance. With that in mind, here's how you can keep track of events on Saturday. When is the game? The League Two fixture between Colchester United and Bolton Wanderers kicks off at 3pm at the JobServe Community Stadium on Saturday, September 19. Read More Related Articles 'It's a tough place': Bolton Wanderers midfielder has say on Colchester United trip Read More Related Articles How Bolton Wanderers tried to sign £25m Liverpool-bound Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara How can I watch the game? The match is being played behind closed doors and supporters are not permitted to attend.
. However, the match is being streamed live on the iFollow platform. A match pass costs £10. This can be streamed on a laptop and then hooked up to a television using a standard HDMI cable. For more information and to purchase a pass, click here. What happened in the previous meeting between these two clubs? These two sides have only met before on two previous occasions. That was in the 1987/88 season in Division Four, the last time Wanderers were in the fourth tier of English football. Bolton lost the game in Colchester in December 1987 3-0, but won the return fixture 4-0 at Burnden Park in May 1988.
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What are the match odds? According to The Pools, Colchester are 8/5 to emerge victorious, while Wanderers are priced at 13/8 to claim all three points. A draw is priced at 12/5.