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Man United v Bolton: Live and Online

If you’re searching for a way to experience Sunday’s Premiership match between Manchester United v Bolton online, join the EPL Talk Chat hosted by bcjohn.

We’ll have United, Bolton and neutral fans from around the world chatting in real-time about the crucial match for the Red Devils.

We’ll also be able to tip you off regarding Man United v Bolton radio coverage and how to listen live (depending on what part of the world you live in). The match kicks off on Saturday at 8:45am ET/12:45pm GMT. You can access the EPL Talk Chat from the EPL Talk homepage (near the center of the page).

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3 Responses to Man United v Bolton: Live and Online

  1. Todd says:

    i read the preview in the newsletter and i wanted to make a couple points. first, evra is not being reported as questionable. ive seen many people say it, and he was rested on tuesday for a calf..but there isnt a single news story i can find that says he is a doubt. rio and vidic have been mentioned, but both are expected to play. that means united should still have a full strength back 4 in front of Kusz so he should be protected. Ronaldo is obviously the biggest threat, and them stopping him is easier said than done. However, Rooney scored against Boro last weekend, and put in two goals against the European XI side on tuesday. Despite not being a true match, he has been finding the net and appears to be back on track…not slumping. Also Giggs will be probably upfront with rooney, with ronaldo and park flying around the outside. even with carrick and oshea (probably) in the midfield, that is a very fast and skilled attack…also remember united won the first matchup with bolton away 4-0…in which rooney scores a hattrick after being slated as being in a “slump” . i just dont think a draw is in the cards gaffer…but i could be wrong

  2. The Gaffer says:


    Here’s the story about Evra being injured here (scroll down to near the bottom).

    Thanks for the feedback above. United should win, but I’m concerned where their goals will come from if Ronaldo will be marked out of the game, and if Rooney plays the way he’s been playing (below par).

    The Gaffer

  3. Todd says:

    ok thanks for the link. ive seen most stories not list evra as a possibility, one say hes doubtful, one say he is likely to return, and that one makes it sound like hes surely out. anyway, as for the goals.. like i said rooney has scored 3 goals in the past week, and has already done a number on bolton this season (when coming off a slump). not to mention giggs has been rested and is in great form lately (player of the month). having said that, i dont expect united to need more than 2 goals to win this matchup.

    i want to clearify i wasnt questioning your research…i genuinely wanted to know. theres been chaos on united message boards regarding the injury list since some players are “questionable’ then declared fit ya know. thanks again

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