Last Updated at 9:38 pm, April 24th 2012
All over and what a win this is for Bolton. They were second best for the first half but the introduction of Kevin Davies gave them a focal point up front and they improved dramatically thereafter. That said, it was Villa who went in front but just two minutes later they were behind. Bolton now a point adrift of safety with a game in hand while Villa are only three points ahead of them.
Lichaj booked after Bolton are awarded a throw-in he thought should have gone the other way.
Nathan Delfouneso on for Villa. Herd the man to make way with what we're told is a groin problem
Thigh or hamstring problem for Eagles. He hobbles off, with Marcos Alonso replacing him.
Villa replace Albrighton, who started brightly but has faded badly, with Barry Bannan.
I'm told Ream was booked - after the ball went out - for a tackle on Agbonlahor in the build-up to N'Zogbia's chance. Have to confess I didn't see the referee produce the card though.
Ivan Klasnic replaces Ngog.
Incredible. Absolutely incredible. Eagles skips his way into the Bolton box and does superbly to clip the ball across from Ngog, who turns it home from seven yards out. What a turnaround. Bolton fans now chanting 'We are staying up'.
Well that lead didn't last long! Lovely penalty from Petrov which beats Given even though he dives the right way.
Almost immediately there's a penalty at the other end! Cuellar penalised for a foul on Mark Davies. Incredible drama.
GOAL - WARNOCK. Out of nothing, N'Zogbia provides the spark this game has been lacking by bursting down the right, taking two Bolton defenders out of the game. He cuts it back superbly for Warnock to slide home from eight yards out.
Bolton making a change at the break with Kevin Davies replacing Miyaichi.
Betting update from Sky Bet. Aston Villa are 5/4 with the draw 11/8 and Bolton now 7/2 shots.
That's half-time and it was certainly Villa's half. The game remains goalless, though, and while that's the case you certainly can't write Bolton out of it. Back soon...
Ricketts is the first man booked and can have no complaints. As he slides the ball inside, once again it's to a Villa shirt and as Albrighton looks to race past him to give Warnock an option for the pass, Ricketts trips him blatantly.
Brian writes: "Nailbiting one this game tonight. Surely by law of averages Villa have to win a home match sometime? What is wrong with Stephen Ireland, no mention of injury in local paper."
Henry writes: "Villa fan here. Absolutely shocked at this line-up! With all the young talent we have on the bench, McLeish has opted for Heskey and Warnock. Delfouneso and Gardner should be ahead of them two by a clear mile! What is the guy playing at?! Would like to see a comfortable win for the Villa. However, I can see a 0-0 draw on the cards."
If you fancy a bet on tonight's action, Sky Bet go 10/11 the home win with the draw 12/5 and Bolton out at 3/1.
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