Rejoice, rejoice. Dean Moxey has been dropped. Conor Wilkinson has been dropped. Jay Spearing is back. Josh Vela is back in attacking midfield. And the 4-2-3-1 is back.
Oh yes, Phil Parkinson has reverted to what he knows best and returned to a back four with Andrew Taylor, Spearing and Chris Long all coming back into the starting eleven. Hopefully that will mean a much improved performance to banish the nightmare that was Saturday.
Tonight's opponents Bristol Rovers haven't visited Bolton Wanderers in the league since September 1989, when a David Reeve (who? asks anyone younger than 35) goal earned all three points for the hosts.
The visitors include the finest beard in football aka Stuart Sinclair in their starting lineup, while their lead striker is Ellis Harrison since the controversial sale of top scorer Matty Taylor to their city rivals in January.
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Bolton Wanderers (4-2-3-1): Mark Howard; Reece Wabara, David Wheater, Mark Beevers, Andrew Taylor; Jay Spearing, Derik Osede; James Henry, Josh Vela, Filipe Morais; Chris Long.
Substitutes: Adam Le Fondre, Conor Wilkinson, Viv Solomon-Otabor, Liam Trotter, Dorian Dervite, Dean Moxey, Ben Alnwick.
Bristol Rovers (4-2-3-1): Joe Lumley; Daniel Leadbitter, Ryan Sweeney, Tom Lockyer, James Clarke; Olly Clarke, Chris Lines; Billy Bodin, Stuart Sinclair, Cristian Montano; Ellis Harrison.
Substitutes: Steve Mildenhall, Bob Harris, Jonny Burn, Lee Mansell, Byron Moore, Luke James, Rory Gaffney.