In a repeat scoreline from the two sides' last meeting, Bolton Wanderers continue to impress on the road, as the Trotters thump Gillingham 4-0 at Priestfield Stadium.
The game never looked in doubt. Wanderers were ahead just three minutes in, when Filipe Morais' corner was met at the far post by the chin supreme, David Wheater, who headed in for his seventh goal of the season.
Wanderers' lead was doubled in the fifteenth minute, when it was Morais again who found Adam Le Fondre for his third goal in two games.
Morais made it six assists in two games just before half time. Another superb Morais corner was met by Mark Beevers, who headed home to send the travelling Wanderers fans delirious.
Just four minutes into the second half, Wanderers were four up. Mr FedEx himself Filipe Morais got his fourth assist of the game to set up Josh Vela from close range for his ninth goal of the season. Beautiful stuff.
After a couple of lacklustre displays, it's great to see Bolton back on form. Darren Pratley and Dorian Dervite have both come back into the side and it's like having two new signings.
Filipe Morais is fast becoming a Wanderers fan favourite. Despite certain salty Bradford fans describing him as a player who only has 'one good game', Morais has performed consistently week after week. Tonight's performance just shows how foolish the Bantams were to release him.
With Morais on set pieces and with Gary Madine, David Wheater, Mark Beevers and Adam Le Fondre to aim for, Bolton are looking a real threat in the automatic promotion race.
Four assists, good lord. What a man, what a player.
Safe travels to the Wanderers fans, players and staff.
Let's carry this on against Matty Taylor and Northampton back at the Macron on Saturday.