The FA Cup is back to provide a distraction from Bolton Wanderers' league woes today, with Leeds United making the trip to the Macron Stadium. There should be a good atmosphere today as Leeds have sold out their allocation of 6,800 tickets - which will be the highest away following ever sold at the stadium.
Wanderers go into today's game having won two successive games for the first time in more than a year, since they defeated Millwall and Blackburn Rovers back in December 2014. They'll be hoping to take momentum from the third round victory over Eastleigh and a dominant performance against MK Dons into today's fourth round clash.
Today's opponents Leeds have enjoyed a resurgence in form under Steve Evans, with just two defeats in their last ten league games, and defeated their manager's former club Rotherham United 2-0 in the third round. They have since lost a key player in right-back Sam Byram, who moved to West Ham United last week.
Wanderers name the same starting eleven that defeated MK Dons last week, with the lively Wellington Silva supporting Gary Madine up front and Liam Trotter and the improved Darren Pratley in midfield, while Rob Holding continues at centre-back and Josh Vela at right back.
Leeds' starting formation is hard to call, with three central midfielders and two strikers named, but it could be a 4-3-2-1, with Mirco Antenucci and Stuart Dallas offering width and Souleymane Doukara leading the line. They don't seem to have a direct replacement for Byram, and Scott Wootton seems likely to start there.
Wanderers and Leeds have been drawn together at this stage of the competition the last three times they've been drawn together, and Bolton haven't beaten Leeds in the competition in 89 years. However, Bolton did win their first cup meeting en route to lifting their first FA Cup win back in 1923.
Wanderers have exited at this stage of the cup for the last three years, and have made it to at least the fourth round seven years in a row. Three of the last four clashes with today's opponents at the Macron have ended in a draw, while Leeds won the other game.
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