Bolton Wanderers travel to Wigan Athletic today for a Lancashire derby that could have a huge effect on the bottom of the table. Wanderers go into the game ten points clear of Wigan, who are currently six points away from safety.
Neither side will go into the game full of confidence, with the Whites on a run of six successive away defeats and the hosts haven't won at home since August.
Former Latics striker Emile Heskey returns to the Wanderers starting lineup today, partnering last week's two-goal hero Adam Le Fondre in attack.
Wanderers seem to be keeping to the 3-5-2 formation used at Ipswich in midweek. Liam Feeney returns after injury in place of Josh Vela, who drops to the bench, and is likely to be used in a right wing back role, while Barry Bannan returns to the starting lineup alongside Liam Trotter in midfield. Youngsters Tom Walker and Rochinha, who both impressed at Ipswich, retain their starting positions. Giles Coke and Craig Davies are both dropped from the squad completely having started in midweek.
I'm not sure how Wigan will line up, but it looks like a 4-4-2 with Leon Clarke and Marc-Antoine Fortune leading the attack. Former Bolton goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi starts in goal for the home side.
Substitutes: Scott Carson, Andrew Taylor, Billy McKay, Sheyi Ojo, Don Cowie, Martyn Waghorn, William Kvist
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Substitutes: Adam Bogdan, Dean Moxey, Dorian Dervite, Eidur Gudjohnsen, Josh Vela, Filip Twardzik