With the welcomed season's now within sight, Bolton entertain Charlton Athletic to the Macron Stadium with only the drive to push themselves up the Championship table to motivated St. Lennon's men.
Just days after arguably their strongest result this season, Neil Lennon and his Bolton side were brought back down to earth by his beloved Gary Hooper at home to promotion chasing Norwich City. The Trotters will look to bounce back against a Charlton side who similarily have little other than pride and pittence prize money to play for.
Charlton come to the Macron Stadium after a 1-1 draw away at Sheffield Wednesday having taken their foot off the boil. Perhaps what could of been a much improved season for Guy Luzon and his addicks side has largely filtered out.
This game certainly has the feel of a dead rubber but hopefully the two sides can provide an entertaining contest, the return of former Wanderers Chris Eagles and Tal Ben Haim may help in that regard.
Neil Lennon will likely make changes to the side thati was worked hard at home to Norwich and the game could see the first appearance of the influential Mark Davies for the Wanderers since November. Matt Mills remains available for selection despite his absence in recent squads and Hungarian International stopper Adam Bogdan is expected to retain his position in goal.
Craig Davies is ruled out with a hamstring injury and Stuart Holden is now into his 8th Series of of his 'No Holden Back' YouTube programming.
Neil Lennon may well see a fimiliar face in Charlton's starting XI as former Celtic striker Tony Watt is likely to feature from the start in place of Simon Church. Bolton fans will no doubt be hoping to see former Whites Chris Eagles and Tal Ben Haim.
Goals: Craig Davies 7
Most Yellows: Neil Danns 11
Goals: Igor Vetokele 11
Most Yellows: Yoni Buyens 12
Bolton 11/10 Draw 23/10 Charlton 13/5
Liam's Tip: To Win Both Halves Bolton 6/1
Ahead of the Charlton Athletic game, Wanderers' striker Emile Heskey told bwfc.co.uk that 'late goals is something we need to address.'
I think you may be on to something there Emile ...