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Free kick awarded for a foul by Martin Paterson on Marcos Alonso. Free kick taken by Samuel Ricketts.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Marcos Alonso by Dean Marney. Dean Marney is shown a yellow card for unsporting behaviour. Adam Bogdan takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Tamir Cohen by Graham Alexander. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Matthew Taylor, save by Lee Grant. Inswinging corner taken by Matthew Taylor from the right by-line.
Dean Marney joins the action as a substitute, replacing Jay Rodriguez.
Daniel Fox takes a shot. Comfortable save by Adam Bogdan.
Marcos Alonso sends in a cross, save made by Lee Grant.
Corner taken by Matthew Taylor played to the near post, Tamir Cohen has a headed effort at goal from close in which goes wide right of the goal.
Martin Paterson comes on in place of Chris Eagles.
Clarke Carlisle challenges Robbie Blake unfairly and gives away a free kick. Matthew Taylor takes the direct free kick.
The referee blows for offside. Lee Grant takes the indirect free kick.
Effort from deep inside the area by Jay Rodriguez misses to the left of the goal.
Johan Elmander fouled by Clarke Carlisle, the ref awards a free kick. Matthew Taylor takes the direct free kick.
Johan Elmander fouled by Clarke Carlisle, the ref awards a free kick. Direct strike on goal from the free kick comes in from Matthew Taylor.
Steven Thompson joins the action as a substitute, replacing Chris Iwelumo.
Chung-Yong Lee joins the action as a substitute, replacing Rodrigo Moreno. Johan Elmander on for Ivan Klasnic.
Chris Eagles takes a shot. Blocked by Samuel Ricketts. Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Daniel Fox from the right by-line, Headed effort from deep inside the area by Clarke Carlisle misses to the left of the goal.
Effort from outside the penalty box by Matthew Taylor goes wide left of the goal.
Andre Bikey takes a shot. Save made by Adam Bogdan.
Andre Bikey takes a shot. Samuel Ricketts gets a block in.
Unfair challenge on Samuel Ricketts by Chris Iwelumo results in a free kick. Samuel Ricketts restarts play with the free kick.
Rodrigo Moreno concedes a free kick for a foul on Andre Bikey. Free kick taken by Lee Grant.
Jack Cork takes a shot. Adam Bogdan makes a save.
Jack Cork takes a shot. Save made by Adam Bogdan.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Gretar Rafn Steinsson on Chris Eagles. Daniel Fox takes the free kick.
Chris Iwelumo produces a right-footed shot from deep inside the penalty area which goes wide of the right-hand post.
Effort from deep inside the area by Tamir Cohen misses to the left of the goal.
Ivan Klasnic takes a shot. Save made by Lee Grant. Rodrigo Moreno takes a shot. Save by Lee Grant. Rodrigo Moreno gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Daniel Fox. Lee Grant takes the direct free kick.
Chris Eagles takes a shot. Blocked by Mark Davies.
Corner taken by Matthew Taylor from the right by-line to the near post.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Chris Iwelumo. Indirect free kick taken by Adam Bogdan.
Wade Elliott takes a shot. Save made by Adam Bogdan.
Foul by Rodrigo Moreno on Chris Eagles, free kick awarded. Free kick crossed right-footed by Graham Alexander from left wing, clearance made by Samuel Ricketts.
Daniel Fox challenges Rodrigo Moreno unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Adam Bogdan.
Goal scored by Wade Elliott from inside the box high into the middle of the goal. Burnley 1-0 Bolton.
Mark Davies challenges Chris Eagles unfairly and gives away a free kick. Mark Davies shown a yellow card. Free kick taken by Andre Bikey.
Jay Rodriguez takes a shot.
Robbie Blake takes a shot. Lee Grant makes a save.
Tamir Cohen is penalised for a handball. Direct free kick taken by Graham Alexander. The ball is delivered by Chris Eagles, Unfair challenge on Zat Knight by Chris Iwelumo results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Adam Bogdan.
Unfair challenge on Wade Elliott by Tamir Cohen results in a free kick. Tamir Cohen receives a yellow card for unsporting behaviour. Clarke Carlisle restarts play with the free kick. Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Daniel Fox played to the near post, clearance by Gretar Rafn Steinsson.
Foul by Chris Iwelumo on Zat Knight, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Adam Bogdan.
Inswinging corner taken by Graham Alexander from the left by-line, clearance by Zat Knight.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Daniel Fox.
Shot from just outside the area by Jay Rodriguez misses to the left of the target.
Foul by Wade Elliott on Marcos Alonso, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Marcos Alonso.
Unfair challenge on Samuel Ricketts by Chris Iwelumo results in a free kick. Adam Bogdan takes the direct free kick.
Jay Rodriguez fouled by Marcos Alonso, the ref awards a free kick. Lee Grant takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andre Bikey on Robbie Blake. Shot comes in from Robbie Blake from the free kick.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Ivan Klasnic. Indirect free kick taken by Lee Grant.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Matthew Taylor, clearance by Clarke Carlisle.
Tamir Cohen concedes a free kick for a foul on Jack Cork. Daniel Fox takes the free kick.
Andre Bikey takes a shot from deep inside the box clearing the bar.
Tamir Cohen takes a shot. Lee Grant makes a save. Corner taken by Robbie Blake, clearance by Clarke Carlisle.
Foul by Chris Iwelumo on Mark Davies, free kick awarded. Gretar Rafn Steinsson takes the free kick.
The official flags Ivan Klasnic offside. Free kick taken by Clarke Carlisle.
Corner taken right-footed by Robbie Blake, Clarke Carlisle manages to make a clearance.
Tamir Cohen challenges Jack Cork unfairly and gives away a free kick. Tyrone Mears takes the direct free kick.
Chris Iwelumo has an effort at goal from just outside the box which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Rodrigo Moreno takes a shot. Save made by Lee Grant.
Wade Elliott takes a shot. Save by Adam Bogdan.
Corner taken by Graham Alexander from the left by-line, Adam Bogdan makes a comfortable save.
Unfair challenge on Tamir Cohen by Clarke Carlisle results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Matthew Taylor.
Chris Eagles takes a shot.
Chris Eagles takes a shot. Save made by Adam Bogdan. Corner taken by Daniel Fox from the right by-line played to the near post, Samuel Ricketts makes a clearance.
The match gets underway.
The ref blows to end the first period.
The match restarts for the second half.
The referee blows for the end of the match.
Burnley boss Brian Laws have been boosted after winger Ross Wallace was passed fit for the visit of Bolton in the third round of the Carling Cup.
The former Preston man sustained a hamstring injury during Saturday's goalless draw at Crystal Palace but will be available to face the Trotters.
The Clarets remain without midfielder Chris McCann as he recovers from a long-term knee injury but Laws has no other major concerns for the derby with Owen Coyle's side.
Laws took heart from the draw at Palace and is confident they are heading in the right direction. He said: "I was honoured to be there to see it because that was as good a performance as I've seen."
Rodrigo Moreno is set to make his debut for Bolton. As in the previous round, Wanderers boss Owen Coyle will ring the changes against his old club and has confirmed that Moreno, Marcos Alonso, Mark Davies, Matthew Taylor and former Clarets forward Robbie Blake will all play.
Tamir Cohen, who missed Saturday's 1-1 draw at Aston Villa because he was observing the Jewish holy day Yom Kippur, is available again.
Kevin Davies, Jussi Jaaskelainen and Gary Cahill are suspended, while Andy O'Brien, Joey O'Brien, Ricardo Gardner, Jlloyd Samuel and Sean Davis have all been nursing injuries.
Bolton boss Owen Coyle claims he would never have left Burnley last season if his decision had been governed purely by emotion. Coyle, who got the Clarets promoted to the Barclays Premier League in 2009, departed Turf Moor in January to take over at Wanderers.
The 44-year-old makes his first return to the stadium when the two sides meet in the Carling Cup third round, and Coyle insists he would still be in charge at Burnley if he had let his heart rule over his head.
"If it was just down to emotion, and emotion alone, I would never have left Burnley," Coyle said.
"But I had to look at the bigger picture and I made a footballing decision because of the infrastructure and everything else at Bolton.
"I'd been here as a player and I knew everything that goes with that as well, and that was how it was made. Was it emotional leaving? Absolutely. Will it be emotional? Of course it will. I wouldn't be evasive or try to get away from that."
Night to forget for Coyle
Owen Coyle endured a miserable return to Burnley as Wade Elliott's first-half goal sent his Bolton charges crashing out of the Carling Cup following a 1-0 defeat.
On his first appearance back at Turf Moor since making the controversial switch across Lancashire in January, Coyle was demonised from first minute to last.
More importantly, his team lost as well, courtesy of the man whose goal at Wembley took Burnley - and Coyle - into the Premier League 17 short months ago.
The latest crucial Elliott strike was an acrobatic volley a minute before the break after the Bolton defence had got itself into a mess trying to snuff out the danger from a cross by man-of-the-match Chris Eagles that both Jack Cork and Chris Iwelumo tried to convert.
It left Coyle to take a long, lonely walk back to the visitors' dressing rooms, the boos ringing in his ears, just as they had done a couple of hours earlier when he had emerged.
Coyle handled the build-up in a dignified manner, refusing to get involved in a slanging match with his old club even though he must have known what was waiting for him as he emerged from the tunnel in the David Fishwick Stand.
Flanked by eight yellow-coated stewards, the Scot walked across the field to the visitors' dug-out, the noise getting louder as he reached his destination.
To be depicted as a Judas - as he was verbally and on the cards dotted around the stadium he used to call home - must have been galling considering what the Scot achieved for the Lancashire outfit.
But passions run deep in these parts. Recent history may suggest otherwise but Burnley fans do not view their club inferior to Bolton, especially as when Coyle left in January, the Clarets were actually higher than Bolton in the Premier League table.
The pair passed soon afterwards, as Burnley tumbled straight out of the top flight.
Clearly though, in the stands at least, this was a chance to settle a score or two.
Burnley nearly got off to a flying start.
Chris Eagles brought an excellent save out of Adam Bogdan and then blasted an angled drive against the post in the opening couple of minutes.
Jay Rodriguez suffered similar misfortune from the other side of the area later in the opening period, although by that time Bolton had got themselves a toehold in the game, with Rodrigo Moreno looking particularly threatening.
You had to acknowledge Coyle's guts. When it would have been easier to just slink away at the break, he darted out to the centre-circle to question the legality of Burnley's opener with referee Mark Clattenburg.
The official indeed had been waving play on after Bogdan had pushed Elliott's volley out. But an eagle-eyed assistant had spotted the ball was over the line and after due consultation, Burnley went into the interval ahead.
It took Bolton longer than expected to get going and longer than anticipated for Coyle to start introducing some experience off the bench.
The best move of the night should have received an appropriate reward when Moreno and Ivan Klasnic combined superbly to release Tamir Cohen.
With enough time to check inside and steady himself, it seemed certain Cohen would equalise. Instead he drilled a poor effort into the side-netting.
Coyle finally introduced Johan Elmander to try and save the day, although he was soon embroiled in an argument with the fourth official over some of Clattenburg's decisions which, admittedly, seemed to defy logic.
Rodriguez wasted a superb chance to wrap up the win when Eagles released him with an inspired pass, only for the midfielder to drag his shot wide of the far post.
Elmander had one opportunity to rescue the Trotters but failed to find the target to leave the Burnley fans in raptures and Coyle to face more taunts from so many who used to adore him.
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