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Reds Secure Victory Against Wanderers in Play-off Semi-final Second Leg



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In a thrilling second leg of the Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final, the Reds secured a victory against Wanderers at the Toughsheet Community Stadium.

The Reds’ starting lineup featured Roberts in goal, supported by a strong defensive line including O'Keeffe, J.Williams, Earl, and Cadden. The midfield was controlled by Connell, Phillips, and Kane, while McAtee and Cosgrove led the attack.

The bench provided additional firepower with players like Killip, McCart, Cotter, Russell, Grant, Cole, and Jaló ready to make an impact if needed.

On the other side, Bolton lined up with Baxter between the posts, backed by Jones, Thomason, Santos, and Sheehan in defense. The midfield featured Toal, R.Williams, Dacres-Cogley, and Charles, with Maghoma and Collins leading the attacking front.

The substitutes bench for Bolton included Coleman, Iredale, Ogbeta, Morley, Dempsey, Jerome, and Adeboyejo, offering options for their manager throughout the game.

Both teams fought fiercely in a highly competitive match, showcasing top-tier football and determination to reach the play-off final.

Amidst the intense battle, the Reds managed to find the breakthrough, securing a crucial victory that propelled them one step closer to the ultimate goal of promotion.

With this win, the Reds set the stage for an exciting play-off final, while Wanderers will regroup and look ahead to the next season with determination and resilience.

Rachel Adams

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