Bolton Wanderers remain level with Huddersfield Town following a goalless first half atthe Reebok Stadium.
There were no goals in the first half of the Championship match between Bolton Wanderers and Huddersfield Town at the Reebok Stadium this evening.
The first chance of the game fell to the home side, but Andre Moritz was unable to beat Alex Smithies in the Huddersfield goal with his strike from just outside the box.
Robert Hall also tested the visiting keeper early on, but the Trotters were unable to capitalise on their strong spell at the start of the half.
Matthew Mills and Jermaine Beckford also had efforts for Bolton, before Daniel Ward and James Vaughan started to provide a threat for the visitors.
There was an injury blow for Huddersfield just before the half-time whistle, as Ward had to leave the match with an injury, with Sean Scannell taking his place.
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