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    • McGowan 76'
    FT HT 0 - 0
    • Madine 21', Vela 29'

    Dundee Lose The Last Pre-Season Friendly To English Championship Side Bolton Wanderers At Dens Park.

    • By TheDarkBlues
    • 14th July 2017, 12:00 am
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    Dundee Lose The Last Pre-Season Friendly To English Championship Side Bolton Wanderers At Dens Park.

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    Line Ups

    : 4-2-3-1

    • Bain Gourlay 79'
    • Kerr Hateley 75'
    • Hendry
    • Waddell
    • Holt
    • Kamara Spence 71'
    • O’Hara Curran 79'
    • Wighton Deacon 46'
    • Allan McGowan 71'
    • Wolters Williams 75'
    • El Bakhtaoui Haber 71'

    Substitutes

    • Gourlay
    • Hateley
    • Spence
    • Curran
    • Deacon
    • McGowan
    • Williams
    • Haber

    : 4-2-3-1

    • Alnwick Howard 46'
    • Darby
    • Wheater
    • Beevers
    • A Taylor
    • Karacan
    • Pratley
    • Buckley
    • Ameobi C Taylor 46'
    • Vela
    • Madine

    Substitutes

    • Howard
    • Little
    • Dervite
    • Brockbank
    • Lonsdale
    • C Taylor
    • Osede
    • King
    • Le Fondre
    • Tabakovic
    • Hall
    Referee: Alan Muir
    Attendance: 2,227
    Photo courtesy of: Derek Gerrard Photography

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