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Derby v Bolton: Is the game on TV? Kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Promotion hopefuls Derby and Bolton meet in a late season six-pointer, with the sides sitting second and third in the League One table and separated by just one point.

Home side Derby currently occupy the second automatic promotion place, but know any slip up against Bolton would see their opponents leapfrog them into second as the season approaches its conclusion.

Derby v Bolton

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Is Derby v Bolton on TV?

Derby v Bolton is not available to watch on TV and will not be broadcast live in the UK, as the fixture falls within the 3pm Saturday blackout on EFL matches.

Derby v Bolton kick-off time, date and venue

Derby v Bolton will be played at the Pride Park in Derby, England and kick-off is at 15:00 GMT on Saturday 16th March 2024.

Derby v Bolton stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Derby have won their last three games on the bounce in League One, scoring eight goals and conceding just once in that time.

Bolton are without a win in their last four away matches, drawing twice and losing twice on their travels.

The Rams have dominated this fixture in recent years, winning the last five matches between the sides, scoring an incredible 17 goals and conceding just three times.

Derby v Bolton head-to-head record (H2H)

Derby wins




Bolton wins


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Derby v Bolton team news

Derby team news

Max Bird has suffered a calf injury in training and won't be available for a number of weeks.

Tyrese Fornah, James Collins and Ryan Nyambe are all expected to be out at least until the end of the month.

Goalkeeper Josh Vickers is due to return from a thigh injury and could face a late fitness test.

Bolton team news

Defender George Johnston remains unavailable with a knee injury that has kept him out since the start of the season.

Goalkeeper Nathan Baxter is still a doubt as he recovers from a wrist ligament injury.

Caleb Taylor and Dan N'Lundulu are both long-term absentees.

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