PLAYER RATINGS: Charlton Athletic 0 Bolton Wanderers 0

Tim Ream is going into a World Cup summer in good form

Tim Ream is going into a World Cup summer in good form

First published in Sport The Bolton News: Photograph of the Author by , chief football writer

Marks out of 10 for Wanderers and Charlton on Good Friday WANDERERS (4-4-2) ADAM BOGDAN...7 One wobble when he failed to clear a back pass from Hutton but came to collect a series of crosses and made a key save.

ALAN HUTTON...7 Provided most of Wanderers’ width and played some good football before going off with a knee injury.

DAVID WHEATER...7 Very solid display against Charlton target man Church, and more encouraging signs for his partnership with Matt Mills.

MATT MILLS...7 Desperately unlucky not to have scored – and had his header been in the Premier League, he would have.

TIM REAM...8 Barely put a foot wrong and was excellent in a defensive sense. The American is finishing the season strongly.

CHUNG-YONG LEE...6 Made a few poor choices in his own third but took on plenty of the ball and tracked back when needed.

JAY SPEARING...7 Broke up a lot of Charlton’s play and led by example in the middle of the pitch. Trotter seems to be benefiting too.

LIAM TROTTER...6 Another decent display in a new role alongside Spearing. Gradually improving as a player and becoming more confident.

NEIL DANNS...6 Great first half but rather lost momentum after a bad miss after the break. Still worked hard out of possession.

LUKAS JUTKIEWICZ...6 No shortage of effort from the front man but his partnership with Beckford did not quite click as expected.

JERMAINE BECKFORD...5 Still looks a little off the pace. A few touches of class but the one that counted – the final one – is still hit and miss.

Subs: Baptiste 74 (for Hutton) – Tidy late on and helped out the defence 6 Hall 89 (for Chung-Yong) – Came on too late to make an impact 5 Not used – Lonergan, Robinson, Knight, Kellett, Iliev.

STAR MAN – Tim Ream Calm, composed and very, very solid, the American defender is heading into a World Cup summer in the best form of his Wanderers career.

CHARLTON ATHLETIC (4-5-1) BEN HAMER 6 LAWRIE WILSON 7 MAICHAEL MORRISON 7 DORIAN DERVITE 6 MORGAN FOX 6 ASTRIT AJDAREVIC 7 REZA GHOOCHANNEJHAD 6 JORDAN COUSINS 6 DIEGO POYET 7 JOHNNIE JACKSON 6 SIMON CHURCH 6 Subs: Obika 65 (for Ghoochannejhad) 6, Green 74 (for Ajdarevic) 5, Hughes 84 (for Church) 5 Not used: Thuram-Ulien, Wood, Nego, Petrucci.

THEIR STAR MAN – Lawrie Wilson The Charlton full-back was very comfortable on the ball, solid defensively and always willing to offer width to the Charlton cause.

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