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  • Q&A With Nottingham Forest

  • Bolton's stay in the Championship looks set to end after just one season, but Phil Parkinson deserves the opportunity to guide them back next season.

  • Q&A With Burton Albion

  • As the Championship relegation battle reaches it's penultimate weekend, Bolton's miserable away record is set to see them drop into League One.

  • Q&A With Barnsley

  • Bolton travel to Barnsley on Saturday for a relegation six-pointer, in which the winners will surely cement their place in the Championship next season.

  • Q&A With Millwall

  • Phil Parkinson deserves to remain in charge of Bolton next season, irrespective of which division they will play their football.

  • Q&A With Derby County

  • Bolton are only two wins away from Championship survival, but their weekend trip to Derby County won't provide them with any success.

  • Q&A With Leeds United

  • Football clubs need to recognise cheaper tickets and reasonable incentives are the way to boost dwindling attendances across the country.

  • Q&A With Aston Villa

  • Phil Parkinson's methods may not always be pleasing on the eye, but they should be good enough for Bolton to retain their Championship status.

  • Q&A With Sheffield Wednesday

  • Bolton's battling spirit should see them avoid relegation to League One, with Sheffield Wednesday instead taking a place in England's third tier next season.

  • Q&A With Reading

  • With goal difference likely to be key to Championship survival, Bolton could be set for a long and uncomfortable night against Reading.

  • Q&A With Preston North End

  • Sammy Ameobi is capable of playing in the Premier League, so Bolton must continue to utilise him correctly if they are to remain in the Championship.

  • Q&A With Norwich City

  • Phil Parkinson has the credentials to guide Bolton to safety this season, but their woeful away record will continue at Carrow Road.

Sky Bet Championship Standings

Pos Team Pld Pts
19 Birmingham City 46 46
20 Reading 46 44
21 Bolton Wanderers 46 43
22 Barnsley 46 41
23 Burton Albion 46 41
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Poll

Who is Bolton's 2017/18 Player of the Year?
53.85% Ben Alnwick
13.11% Sammy Ameobi
10.49% Karl Henry
8.39% Antonee Robinson
4.98% David Wheater
3.41% Mark Beevers
2.1% Mark Little
1.84% Josh Vela
1.57% Darren Pratley
0.26% Reece Burke