After the 2-0 home loss to Brighton last weekend, Dougie Freedman's side will be keen to bounce back straight away with a win at second bottom Yeovil Town.
Bolton will be relieved to have Mark Davies back and available selection once again after he missed Saturday's game through illness. Another player that is fit again is striker Jermaine Beckford.
The former Everton striker has been sidelined for the previous two months which gives Freedman a headache when picking the strike force for the game at Huish Park.
Andy Lonergan and Chris Eagles are also available for selection but they are likely to have to make do with a place on the substitutes bench. Darren Pratley, Marc Tierney, Matt Mills and Stuart Holden will all miss out yet again due to injury.
Wanderers haven't lost away from the Reebok since the beginning of February and hopefully this run will continue past Saturday's game.
Yeovil have no new injury worries as they do into the weekend's game desperately in need of a win.
Manager Gary Johnson is likely to name the same side that took part in the miraculous draw against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday night.
Loanee Ishmael Miller has suddenly hit a decent bit of form as he scored the Glovers' first two goals to help share the spoils at the DW Stadium.
Johnson will be hoping that he carries on the same form that was shown in their previous game as they look for their first win in three matches.
With ten games remaining, they know that they have it all to do if they are looking to avoid an immediate return to League One.