Bolton vs Oxford Utd
Sky Bet League One
8:00pm Tuesday 17th September
University of Bolton Stadium
Keith Hill earned his first point at the University of Bolton Stadium following a 0-0 Sky Bet League One draw with Oxford as Bolton manager.
Wanderers had lost four games and conceded 21 goals beneath Phil Parkinson on August 10 in the division as a 0-0 draw with Coventry.
However, Hill’s enterprising team withdrew from these drubbings to suggest brighter times ahead.
can easily have turned into three factors for this crowd-pleasing performance. Will Buckley went closest with a 17th-minute shot.
Goalkeeper Simon Eastwood kept out additional first-half efforts from Ali Crawford and the tricky Dennis Politic.
Oxford, beaten just once in six games in all competitions, showed venture as the lively competition improved.
Bolton goalie Remi Matthews saved from Ben Woodburn and Rob Dickie and denied Cameron Brannagan early in the second half.
Bottom of the desk Wanderers, who started the year with a -12 points deficit, almost snatched a late winner just to tilt within the 20-yard push of Jason Lowe.