The Tigers have struggled to adapt to life back in The Championship, sitting in 19th place in the league, just two points above Wanderers. Hull have only won once in their last five games under new manager Nigel Adkins.
Wanderers have not lost to Hull in their last twenty home games. The Tigers' only away win against Wanderers came in March 1935 - 2-1 at Burnden Park.
A win for Bolton could see them go as high as 19th in the table, amazing.
Craig Noone, Sammy Ameobi and Andrew Taylor could all return, whilst Mark Little and Josh Vela could be in to return to the starting line-up.
Hull will be without Kamil Grosicki, who is struggling with an ankle injury. Jon Toral remains doubtful, but Jarrod Bowen an Fraizer Campbell will likely take part.
Bolton Wanderers - WLLWLW
Hull City - DWLLDD
Hull are just favourites for the win with odds of 6/4. Wanderers come in at 7/4, whilst a draw is 12/5.
With Wanderers full of confidence, I’m hoping for a decent result today. I’ll say 1-1.