Date: 1st March 2013 at 8:44am
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Saturday`s match at home to Bolton is a huge one on many fronts for the super reds.

Firstly it will test Flicker`s management skill in what formation he goes with, against a team who themselves have found a bit of form at this important stage of the season.

Secondly how will the players react to the unconvincing defensive display against Bristol City! Can they get that work ethic back, playing for each other and the fans?

The fans will have a massive effect on the game, either positive or negative depending on how the first half hour or so goes. Hopefully the Bristol City performance was just a blip. However Bolton will be buzzing now after two straight wins , so it`s vital that we don`t give them anything at set pieces, otherwise the Davies` (they`ve got quite a few) will have a field day.

I urge fans to get behind the team and remain positive throughout this match. How we bounce back from defeat is extremely important and we as fans play a bigger part than many of you realise.

If we start the game badly and there are moans and groans from the crowd this will affect the players and could ultimately be the difference between staying up and going down.

This article was written by regular poster Engleberthumbertyke (with my own bit added at the end).

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