Saturday 9th April
After Bolton's 3-1 defeat at the hands of Brentford on Tuesday night, Bolton face promotion chasing Derby County. Now over a year since Bolton's last away win (D6 L17), the Trotters travel to sixth placed Derby County with relegation all but confirmed. When Bolton met Derby on the opening day of the season, it was Neil Lennon against Paul Clement. Eight months on, it's now Jimmy Phillips and Darren Wassall in the dugouts. After Derby spent an eye watering £25 million on transfers, Clement was replaced by Wassall, who has so far won half of his ten games in charge, including a 4-0 hammering of promotion rivals Hull City last Tuesday. Derby have everything still to play for, where as Bolton are only playing for pride. It's also worth noting Wanderers have not won against Derby in their last five meetings.
Rob Holding will be available after sitting out the Brentford game due to picking up a red card against Reading. Gary Madine, Mark Davies and Stephen Dobbie face late fitness tests. Max Clayton, Dorian Dervite andWellington Silva remain sidelined.
Will Hughes is available after coming back from a knee injury sustained against Bolton back in August.
Bolton Wanderers LDLLLL
Derby County WLDWLW
Top Goalscorer - Gary Madine (6)
Most Assists - Dean Moxey (5)
Top Goalscorer - Chris Martin (15)
Most Assists - Chris Martin (9)
One To Watch
Chris Martin - Derby's top goalscorer will cause problems for the Whites.
Derby County 2/7
Bolton Wanderers 9/1
Derby County 3-0 Bolton Wanderers