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Bolton v Man City Bookies Odds

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Manchester City travel to Bolton on Sunday in the hope of resurrecting their season. If you fancy a flutter on the game, read on.

Bolton Win

1-0 (7/1)
2-0 (12/1)
3-1 (25/1)
4-1 (100/1)

Man City Win

1-0 (11/2)
2-0 (15/2)
3-1 (18/1)
4-1 (40/1)

Draw

0-0 (17/2)
1-1 (11/1)
2-2 (12/1)
3-3 (50/1)

First Scorer (Bolton)

Johan Elmander (7/1)
Kevin Davies (7/1)
Ebi Smolarek (8/1)
Gary Cahill (33/1)

First Scorer (Man City)

Robinho (5/1)
Jo (6/1)
Ched Evans (7/1)
Richard Dunne (33/1)

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 30 2008

Time: 10:06PM

Your Comments

Do the odds for Dunne count no matter which end he scores !!!
alphieblues
Ha ha, very good point mate!
Tudor
Should result in a Man City win surely.
Dean1
I hope so Dean1. We need to put the Boro game behind us and get back to winning ways. As the saying goes, confidence breeds confidence albiet I lost mine last night.
Tudor
It's just a question of how well we win. I actually think that many Bolton fans want us to win just to get rid of the Gingerbread Man. We will be doing the football fans of Bolton a great favour if we win 7 - 0.
Sindbad
As long as we score more goals than Bolton I dont care what the score is.
Buzz Lightyear
agree with Buzz on that one......but a big score would be a bonus...
lincolnblue
City on their day can thrash anyone. We're due another goal blaster if you ask me.
Johnny Baguette
Can't see a goal fest against the Trotters.
alphieblues
SWP first goal and 2-0 City win pays on average 55-1. That will do for Honest Oliver!!
oliverblue
lol true JB the way our results have been on the road recently, ill settle with a 1-0 scrappy win.
ArabianKnight
 

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