Wanderers will soon learn who they will face on the opening day of the upcoming League One campaign.

Ian Evatt’s men kicked off last season with a thrilling 3-3 draw against MK Dons thanks to Alex Baptiste’s dramatic late equaliser.

The Whites have had plenty of memorable wins on the opening day - here are the five most recent ones.

West Brom 1 Wanderers 2 (2018)

The last time Wanderers kicked off the season with a win was four years ago following a memorable trip to the Hawthorns.

Josh Magennis put the Whites in front with a clinical header but the hosts drew level through Harvey Barnes.

It looked like the points would be shared until Yanic Wildschut popped up with a last-gap winner, sending the away end into raptures.

Wanderers 1 Sheffield United 0 (2016)

The Whites haven’t won at home on the opening day since a narrow victory against Sheffield United six years ago.

Jay Spearing got the decisive goal with a well-struck volley from 20 yards out as Phil Parkinson made a winning start to life at the UniBol.

The win set the tone for a successful season as Wanderers clinched promotion to the Championship at the first time of asking.

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QPR 0 Wanderers 4 (2011)

The 2011/12 campaign got off to a flying start thanks to an emphatic 4-0 win against QPR at Loftus Road.

Gary Cahill broke the deadlock with a brilliant strike from 25 yards before Chris Eagles’ free-kick went in off Danny Gabbidon.

The Whites refused to rest on their laurels in the second half and added a third when Ivan Klasnic’s effort was deflected in by Bradley Orr, with Fabrice Muamba also getting in on the act 11 minutes from time.

Wanderers 3-1 Stoke (2008)

Wanderers cruised to victory on the opening day of the 2008/09 season, putting three past Stoke at the UniBol.

Gretar Steinsson opened the scoring, with Kevin Davies and debutant Johan Elmander also on target in a dominant first-half disaply.

The visitors pulled one back late on through Ricardo Fuller but it didn’t the take shine off a promising start.

Wanderers 2 Tottenham 0 (2006)

The Whites hit the ground running with a memorable win against Tottenham in 2006 and it could have been more.

Davies and Ivan Campo both got on the scoresheet, with Spurs goalkeeper Paul Robinson making several fine stops to keep the score down.

It proved to be Sam Allardyce’s final season in charge at Bolton before stepping down from the hot seat.

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