Bolton Wanderers will look to extend their four match unbeaten run - albeit three of those have been draws - as they make the short trip across the Pennines to face Huddersfield Town. The Whites will be going in search of their first away goal of the season and a first away win in six matches, since they beat Cardiff City 3-0 in April, this afternoon.
Bolton suffered the setback of again losing Zach Clough to a shoulder injury in midweek, and the little magician is likely to face a few months on the sidelines. His absence opens up an opportunity for Stephen Dobbie, who makes his first start for the club in behind Emile Heskey, who replaces goal-shy Gary Madine.
Huddersfield go into today's game one point below Bolton in 20th position, having recorded their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory at Charlton Athletic in midweek. They line up in what looks like a possible 4-4-2, with Harry Bunn and Ishmael Miller leading the line. Winger Sean Scannell gave Tim Ream a torrid time in this fixture last season and Mustapha Carayol is likely to be a threat, so full-backs Dean Moxey and Lawrie Wilson will need to be on form once again this afternoon.
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Substitutes: Lloyd Allinson, Tommy Smith, Jonathan Hogg, Jamie Paterson, Joe Lolley, Nahki Wells, Kyle Dempsey
Substitutes: Paul Rachubka, Josh Vela, Jay Spearing, Gary Madine, Filip Twardzik, Alex Finney, Tom Walker