For the first time ever I watched the entire 90 minutes on BP, without once feeling the need to fast forward...
To be honest, Duffy should have buried his chance in the first half and Sharp should have hit the target with his very early chance - although I also think Lafferty should have gone down for the pen when he was pulled back as he burst into the box in the build up.
Lavery should have scored when he had the chance not long after coming on, and O'Shea was unlucky. Another cm to the left and the ball would have rebounded in instead of back out off the post.
I agree with Bolts. Other than Sharp we haven't been clinical enough in most games. CW acknowledged this previously when demanding more goals from the midfield. Someone though is going to get a hiding off us one of these days when luck is with us - a bit like Southend as we only had about 5 shots on target that day and scored 4.
To be fair on Scunny, they were shell shocked. On the back of two defeats their confidence was obviously low and CW played it right getting at them from the start. For a while in that first half it was like one of those warm up sessions where the defenders run in circles while the others pass it around them. We looked like a championship side Saturday, they looked like a League One side with a sprinkling of decent players capable of creating something from nothing.
Bring on Bolton. Another draw wouldn't be the end of the world as, as someone said, it's another game chalked off. Scunny are going to draw and lose more games between now and the end of the season and Bolton are skating on thin ice with the size of their squad and financial troubles. If we keep playing the way we are, we'll be alright.
BTW - Welcome to the member's bar Saigon