Midfielder in fitness race
Bolton have doubts over Darren Pratley for the visit of his former club Swansea as the player struggles with a virus.
Pratley returned to the side that lost at Newcastle last time out after recovering from a leg injury but could miss out again unless he recovers from the virus.
Apart from the midfielder's possible absence, boss Owen Coyle has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the clash, although he will still be without Gregg Wylde, who has yet to receive FIFA clearance after leaving Rangers.
The visit of the Swans is huge as Bolton sit in the bottom three, two points from safety but with two games in hand, and Coyle knows they have to string results together before it is too late.
Wanderers have not played for nearly two weeks and have had to sit and watch as Wigan and QPR have picked up wins.
"It's not ideal to have been sitting idle while others are able to play but that's what happened. Now we've got to make sure our own house is in order," he said.
"We would have loved to be away and for no-one to get any points but that wasn't going to happen given what's at stake. The bottom line is that, regardless of what happens, our fate was always going to be in our own hands."