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(Relatively) clean bill of health for Bolton Wanderers

Dougie Freedman has no fresh injury concerns for Bolton ahead of this weekend's Barnsley clash

We'll be having none of this!
We'll be having none of this!
Chris Brunskill

As Bolton Wanderers fans, we've endured many an injury crisis. Selection dilemma after selection dilemma due to simply not having a body to fill the position thanks to many an injury. Bolton had quite a few while Owen Coyle was in charge and after his leave, it became more and more clear that Bolton's training regime (or lack thereof) may have had something to do with that.

With Barnsley at the Reebok tomorrow, it's just the usual suspects out for the Trotters. Stu Holden, David Wheater, Josh Vela, and Andy Lonergan are all misses once more with knee injuries and that's the extent of the injury list. Seriously. No new surprises that hurt themselves in training over the week. No one dropped a bottle of aftershave on their foot (sweet Santiago Canizeres / Euro 2004, right), no one stepped on glass, no one slipped on a puddle in an Asda aisle.

Given that there's no fresh injury stuff, who would you start against the Tykes tomorrow?