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Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Matt Gilks is certain that opponents Crawley Town would pose serious threat to the club's promotion hopes on the final day of the regular season as far as League Two is concerned.
According to Gilks, Crawley Town are stilldangerous opponents despite the fact that they don't have anything to play for again this season. The Bolton Wanderers shot stopper said Crawley Town could spoil his club's promotion party.

Bolton Wanderers would be hoping to bounce back from a shock defeat at home to Exeter City when they take on Crawley Town. They were stunned 2-1 by the visitors at the weekend when a win would have secured automatic promotion to League One. Bolton Wanderers need to better the result of Morecambe in fourth place this weekend if they want to seal a place in the third tier of English football automatically.
Ahead of the final set of games in the regular season in League Two, Crawley Town are in 12th position. They are not in danger of suffering relegation from the division but they could spoil the promotion hopes of Bolton Wanderers whom they host on Saturday.

Crawley Town boss John Yems and his players could be spoilers for Bolton Wanderers who have themselves to blame after the slipping up at home to Exeter City in their last match in the league.

Australian footballer Grethin Jones gave hosts Bolton Wanderers the lead in the first half but they could not hold on to that advantage. Bolton Wanderers conceded twice in the second half to lose the game.
Randell Williams scored the equaliser for Exeter City before Pierce Sweeney broke Bolton Wanderers hearts in injury time to secure the three points for the visitors.

Bolton Wanderers shot stopper Gilks has called on his teammates to not dwell on the poor result against Exeter City with the trip to Crawley Town crucial for the club in the race for automatic promotion. He talked about the club's promotion hopes in his recent interview monitored by the Manchester Evening News (MEN).