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However looking at the bigger picture with only three points now collected from the last seven games I am have some sympathy with the North End fans who said that this was two points lost against a side second-bottom of a very competitive Championship.
In addition to the return of Hugill next time, there was the unexpected and very welcome sight of Tom Clarke on the bench here.Ben Pearson was deservedly awarded the man of the match as he battled hard in midfield ,constantly snapping like a rabid dog at our opposing players heels in order to retrieve possession.We have now not won for seven games and our glorious start to the season appears to have evaporated.Gallagher had a chance himself early on from a short corner and then put another corner across for Andy Boyle to head just wide.A Barkhuizen header the went just wide of the post as North End looked well on top but just couldn’t find the net. The second half was a more dogged midfield affair with North End not showing the energy that they had shown in the first period and Bolton getting on the ball a lot more and beginning to create one or two chances of their own.Young Stephy Mavididi gave it a real go in the opening phase, as did Tom Barkhuizen, but both faded as the match wore on.
A start for Callum Robinson was an opportunity for him to impress and he will no doubt be disappointed in not having more impact.To be fair to North End I thought we generally defended well on the evening but almost gave away the game with a mis-placed back pass by O’Connor which man of the match Ben Pearson, did well to cover and extinguish the threat.Apart from the foodlights coming back on before the game, which caused a five minute delay to kick off, I think the biggest cheer of the evening was when Tom Clarke’s name was announced as one of the subs with the captain having been out seven months.Just how key the missing Jordan Hugill and Sean Maguire are to the forward link-up and play was evident for all to see.At least Hugill should be back for the midweek match at Bristol City following his one match suspension.However I feel if this is to happen this season we would need an injection of new blood, particularly up front as we desperately missed the suspended Jordan Hugill and injured Sean Maguire with their replacements being far too lightweight for my liking.