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Bolton Wanderers v Swindon Town: LIVE

Live updates on a must-win game for Wanderers to keep up the heat at the top of the table

Bolton Wanderers v Crystal Palace - The Emirates FA Cup Third Round
James Henry impressed against Crystal Palace, but can he turn his threat into goals with the visit of Swindon Town today?
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Bolton Wanderers head back to league action this afternoon with struggling Swindon Town making the trip to the Macron Stadium.

Wanderers have won their last eight home league games and will hope to continue that streak against a Swindon side that is languishing in 19th place in League One and hasn’t won in six league games.

Wanderers stick with an unchanged side, with James Henry starting and Max Clayton again on the bench ahead of Keshi Anderson, who was unavailable for the visit of his parent club Crystal Palace in the FA Cup last week.

Swindon seem to be going with a 4-4-2 with no fewer than three Chelsea loanees making debuts in their starting eleven, including striker Islam Feruz who was linked with a loan move to Bolton a couple of seasons ago.

Here are today’s starting lineups, we’ll bring you updates in the Comments section below, where you can also let us know your thoughts on all things Wanderers.

Bolton Wanderers:

Ben Alnwick; Lawrie Wilson, David Wheater, Mark Beevers, Andrew Taylor; Jay Spearing, Tom Thorpe; James Henry, Josh Vela, Zach Clough; Gary Madine.

Substitutes: Jamie Proctor, Chris Taylor, Max Clayton, Liam Trotter, Derik Osede, Dean Moxey, Jake Turner.

Swindon Town:

Lawrence Vigouroux; Nathan Thompson, Raphael Rossi-Branco, Lloyd Jones, Fankaty Dabo; Yaser Kasim, Ben Gladwin, Charlie Colkett, John Goddard; Luke Norris, Islam Feruz.

Substitutes: Will Henry, Anton Rodgers, Sean Murray, Jordan Stewart, Jermain Hylton, Nathan Delfouneso.