12th place Norwich, who are unbeaten in their last five, will go into the game full of confidence having snatched a late draw against Wolves during the week.
Wanderers will see the game as the perfect opportunity to kickstart their away campaign, as they look to further push further away from the relegation places.
Bolton really don’t have the best record at Carrow Road, with their last win there coming way back in November 2000.
That season was also the last time Wanderers have done the double over Norwich. Will that change today? Probably not.
Mark Little and Mark Henry will miss the game through suspension. Darren Pratley is still not quite ready, whilst Will Buckley, Craig Noone and Josh Vela remain sidelined. Jan Kirchhoff could make his Bolton debut.
Ivo Pinto could return to the side, whilst Timm Klose is likely to miss the game.
Norwich - LWWDDD
Bolton - DWDLLW
Norwich are the clear favourites for the match with odds of 8/15. A Wanderers win has odds of 11/2, whilst a draw comes in at 14/5.
Norwich are in form, Wanderers struggle away. 2-1 Norwich.