The end of the season is almost upon us, with one final game at the Macron remaining ahead of a final day of the season jaunt to the lovely riverside location of Fulham.
Hull make the trip west looking to consolidate their fourth position that would guarantee them a home second leg in the Championship play-offs. They lead fifth-placed Derby by three points, so that seems more than likely.
Apparently if you're a Bolton player and you're not injured, then you're not one of the cool kids. Jimmy Phillips revealed we will be without the impressive Oscar Threlkeld, while Josh Vela has also picked up a knock. The less impressive Mark Davies is apparently 'touch and go.' Niall Maher will of course be suspended following his attempt at knocking Craig Noone's head off last week
These absences will most likely see a full debut for 19-year-old Tyler Garratt, who impressed off the bench at Cardiff. We can all hope and pray that Phillips will not choose to give Emile Heskey a fourth successive start, after Kaiyne Woolery looked far more dangerous when he replaced the big man last week.
Hull have Michael Dawson back in contention following an injury and have no new injury concerns.
Bolton Wanderers: L D L L L L L L D L
Hull City: D D L W L D W W D W
Bolton Wanderers: Zach Clough (7), Gary Madine (6)
Hull City: Abel Hernandez (20), Mohamed Diame (8), Chuba Akpom (7, only 3 in the league)
Bolton Wanderers: Dean Moxey (5), Mark Davies (4)
Hull City: Sam Clucas (8), Ahmed Elmohamady (6), Robert Snodgrass (5)
Bolton haven't lost at home to Hull in 81 years, having only hosted the Tigers 17 times going all the way back to March 1935. However, Bolton have only beaten Hull once in their last six attempts.
Bolton Wanderers: 7/1
Hull City: 5/11
Bolton Wanderers 0-3 Hull City