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- Sammy Ameobi solo effort lifts Bolton out of relegation zone
- Walker makes Bolton debut before Clough makes return off bench
- Bristol City stay fifth, three points off top two
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We'll be bidding you farewell in a few moments, but here's a quick reminder of everything we've got to look forward to in the Championship tomorrow...
- Aston Villa v Burton
- Derby v Brentford
- Fulham v Nottingham Forest
- Leeds v Cardiff
- Norwich v Middlesbrough
- Preston v Hull
- QPR v Barnsley
- Reading v Millwall
- Sheff Wed v Birmingham
- Sunderland v Ipswich
- Wolves v Sheff Utd (17:30 GMT)
We'll have live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app from 14:00 GMT.
- Copyright: Rex FeaturesQuote Message: I think you have to give credit to Bolton, they defended really well and looked like they wanted it more than us - that's what was really disappointing for me. It's an opportunity lost, but they deserved the win. The run of results isn't a concern, but the performance is. from Lee Johnson Bristol City head coach on Sky Sports
- Quote Message: I'm very pleased. Sammy Ameobi is a very talented player, he's played in the Premier League and he looked very dangerous tonight. He was very unlucky not to get another one. There was great resilience in our defending and we deserved the three points. from Phil Parkinson Bolton Wanderers manager on Sky Sports
Right, let's get some reaction from the two managers...
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Bristol City, meanwhile, remain in fifth place. But surely they'll consider this one a huge missed opportunity, with three points enough to have sent them level with second-placed Derby County.
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As you can see, that result not only lifts Bolton Wanderers out of the bottom three but all the way up to 19th.
Two of the sides to come down from the Premier League last season, Sunderland and Hull City, are in the relegation zone.
- Copyright: Rex FeaturesQuote Message: Gary Madine's a top-quality player, he deserves his move, but you've just got to get on with it. I enjoyed it up there today. Who knows what the future holds, I'm just going to take it each game as it comes. from Sammy Ameobi Bolton goalscorer on Sky Sports
And guess what? We're going to hear from the big Bolton front man next...
Bolton Wanderers have done it! Sammy Ameobi's fantastic solo goal wins it.
Bolton get it clear, Bristol City concede a free-kick and that is surely that!
It's all on this. Everyone forward, everyone back. Josh Brownhill stands over it...
Just as Aden Flint does trundle forward, Joe Bryan delivers a horrible looping cross straight down the throat of Ben Alnwick.
But they have a free-kick right on the edge of the box in a crossing position here...
Still City press without success. I wonder if Lee Johnson will send big Aden Flint up top for the last couple of minutes?Copyright: Getty Images
Four minutes to be added on. Four minutes for Bolton to hold on. Four minutes for Bristol City to find a goal.
We're marching towards full-time and still Bolton resist. Gustav Engvall concedes a free-kick in frustration, allowing the hosts to wind the clock down a wee bit further.
Up the other end, Famara Diedhiou gets a shot in towards goal but can't keep it down.
That's his last action, too, as Gustav Engvall comes on in his place. The last throw of the dice.
Bristol City have scored 13 times in the last 15 minutes of games this season - only Fulham and Brentford in the second tier have more - and how dearly they'd love another one of those tonight.
But my word, it's Bolton who have the big chance to score the second goal of the game!
Zach Clough has it, centre of goal and in a whole heap of space, but he curls it over.
This is proper last-ditch stuff from Bolton, as the Robins pile forward in search of an equaliser.
But after getting the ball clear Bailey Wright brings down Josh Vela and there's some respite for the home team.
A second Bolton change, as Filipe Morais replaces former Bristol City right-back Mark Little.