Coyle confident Bolton can do job at Stoke

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has faith in his side that they can get the required result to remain in the Premier League.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has faith in his side that they can get the required result to remain in the Premier League.

The Trotters meet Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday with victory needed to move out of the relegation zone provided 17th-placed QPR lose to Manchester City.

Bolton gave up a two-goal lead to be held to a 2-2 draw by West Bromwich Albion yesterday but Coyle feels they can bounce back from that disastrous result.

"We were always going to have to go to Stoke and get a result. We have to make sure we are on top of our game when we go to the Britannia Stadium next Sunday,” Coyle said.

"Given the way we have played on our travels this year and the results that we have picked up, we are more than capable. Football is a game of high drama and things can change very quickly.

"We really do appreciate the backing our fans continue to give us. We are taking a sell-out allocation to Stoke and we will need every single fan behind us at the Britannia Stadium."

 

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