Substitute Stephen Dobbie's fourth goal of the season earned relegated Bolton a shock 1-0 Championship victory over Premier League hopefuls Hull at the Macron Stadium.
Dobbie fired home a cross from Lawrie Wilson to give League One-bound Wanderers only a fifth win of a dismal campaign, and a first home triumph in 15 matches.
It also ensured Hull's away hoodoo against Bolton continued unchecked, having not won on Trotters' territory since 1935.
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Hull's automatic promotion bid continued to falter as they were held to a second successive home draw and slipped to fourth in the Sky Bet Championship table.
Hull were held 1-1 by Nottingham Forest, the same score as against MK Dons at the KC Stadium on Saturday.
Forest earned new manager Paul Williams a point in his first game in charge since being appointed to replace Dougie Freedman for the remainder of the season.
Forest took a first-half lead through Gary Gardner's rising shot from distance before Sone Aluko slid home a second half equaliser for Hull whose winless run in the Championship extended to four games.
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Championship leaders Hull will be without skipper Michael Dawson for up to a month due to a hamstring injury.
The Tigers have responded brilliantly to relegation, with Steve Bruce's side currently top of the standings following an impressive 11-match unbeaten run.
Much of that success has been down to City's sturdy defence - the best in the Championship - but that could be destabilised by an injury to key man Dawson.
The former Tottenham captain had to be taken off 37 minutes into Saturday's 1-1 draw at Bristol City and the club have confirmed the 32-year-old could now be out for a month.
A statement on the club's official website said:
Scans have confirmed that Michael Dawson sustained a grade two hamstring injury during Saturday's 1-1 draw with Bristol City.
The injury is expected to keep Dawson out of action for three to four weeks.
Substitute Shaun Maloney slotted home a second-half equaliser as Sky Bet Championship leaders Hull were made to fight all the way for a 1-1 draw by Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
While the visitors showed the greater quality, their hosts left the pitch to a rousing ovation having battled from first whistle to last.
Kieran Agard fired the Robins in front after 39 minutes after Andrew Robertson brought down Elliott Bennett on the right side of the penalty area.
Luke Freeman's inswinging free-kick caused havoc and the hosts appealed for handball before Agard pounced on the loose ball to net with a left-footed short on the turn.
Hull had to wait until the 73rd minute to equalise when Harry Maguire broke clear onto a Mohamed Diame flick and produced an emphatic right-footed finish with only Frank Fielding to beat.
Hull City midfielder Jake Livermore is set to return to action on Tuesday night's in his side's Capital One Cup tie against Swansea.
The former Spurs youngster will be in The Tigers' squad - likely on the bench - for the first time since May.
Livermore was suspended towards the end of last season after testing positive for cocaine following a match.
Following the death of his son, Livermore used the drug after battling depression and avoided a longer ban as the Football Association took the extenuating circumstances into account.
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