What time does Bolton Wanderers vs Portsmouth kick-off? Bolton Wanderers vs Portsmouth in League One atthe University of Bolton Stadium at 8pm on Tuesday, April 5. It it being broadcasted or streamed live and how can I watch? The game is available to be viewed domestically on iFollow, due to the kick-off time. Matches which kick-off at 3pm on Saturdays are prohibited from domestic viewing via the platform. But because this game is an 8pm kick-off on a weekday evening and it is has not been chosen by Sky Sports for coverage, fans who are not at the University of Bolton Stadium in person can watch it for £10.
Bolton vs Portsmouth TV, streaming details & match oddsBolton Wanderers take on Portsmouth this evening seeking to pick up three points at home. Wanderers return to the University of Bolton Stadium for the first time since mid-March with six games left to go in their League One campaign. This evening's game has been rearranged to an 8pm kick-off due to the international break. READ MORE:Why Kieran Sadlier is suited more at wing-back for Bolton Wanderers than Rotherham United It is an encounter between two sides sitting midtable in League One with both sides sitting 11 points from the play-offs, with both sides harbouring now slim hopes of reaching the top six by the end of April. However, supporters who do not have a ticket can still watch the game live, and here's all the information and details you need to know to do so.
It can be streamed on a computer, tablet or phone, as well as a TV via a HDMI connection. Most modern laptops can be easily plugged into your TV via an HDMI connection, which is standard on practically all HD TVs. If your TV is flatscreen, it almost certainly has an HDMI connection. What happened the last time these two sides met? When these two teams met at Fratton Park at the end of October, Pompey edged a 1-0 win. John Marquis scored early in the second half as the hosts picked up all three points on that occasion. What are the match odds? According to the Pools, Wanderers are priced as 7/5 for three points, while a Portsmouth win has odds of 2/1. The draw is priced at 23/10.