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Bolton v Oxford: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

The finale of the League One season takes centre stage on Saturday as Bolton Wanderers take on Oxford United at Wembley for a place in the Championship.

Bolton finished third in the table during the regular season, five points behind second-placed Derby, and sealed their place in the final with a nervy 5-4 aggregate victory over Barnsley.

Oxford sealed their place in the play-offs thanks, in part, to defeats for Lincoln and Blackpool on the final day, but there was less fortune surrounding their semi-final performances as they edged past Peterborough 2-1 over two legs in the semi-finals.

Bolton v Oxford

How to watch Bolton v Oxford and TV Channel

Bolton v Oxford will be broadcast like in the UK and will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

Bolton v Oxford kick-off time, date and venue

Bolton v Oxford will take place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 18th May and kick-off is scheduled for 16:15 BST.

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

The Trotters boast the superior head-to-head record over Oxford, winning 13 of their 30 total meetings across all competitions, while they also thumped the U’s 5-0 in their most recent meeting back in March.

Oxford were the lowest scorers of any of the play-off sides in the regular season with 79 goals scored and the Yellows have struggled in front of goal when facing Bolton in recent fixtures, failing to score in any of their last three encounters. 

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

Bolton wins

13

Draws

9

Oxford wins

8

*H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Bolton v Oxford team news

Bolton team news

Ian Evatt has just one enforced absentee in the form of defender George Johnston, who is unlikely to recover from knee surgery until the end of the month.

Oxford team news

 There are no fresh injury concerns for Oxford boss Des Buckingham.

Top scorer Mark Harris is likely to lead the line, while Cameron Brannagan - who grabbed a goal and an assist in their 2-1 aggregate victory over Peterborough - should start in the midfield.

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