Bolton Wanderers will be looking to extend there unbeaten run to 12 games when they take on strugglers Walsall at the University of Bolton stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Both sides come into the match in contrasting runs of form with the hosts having won nine of there last 11 games, while the Saddlers have recorded just one victory in their last 10.
Another win for the Whites could see them move within just one point of the automatic promotion spots, where as a much needed three points for the visitors would allow them to pull away from the relegation zone and move closer to mid-table safety.
Bolton captain Antoni Sarcevic has been ruled out for an "indefinite period" after coming off with a hamstring injury during last weekend's outing against Port Vale.
Otherwise, Ian Evatt's side have no new injury worries.
Walsall also have no fresh injury concerns after coming away unscathed from their draw with Crawley Town on Tuesday.
Bolton Wanderers (4-2-3-1)
Gilks; Jones, Almeida Santos, Baptiste, John; Williams, Lee; Delfouneso, Isgrove, Afolayan; Doyle
Roberts; White, Clarke, Sadler; Norman, Sinclair, Kinsella, Melbourne; Gordon, Lavery, Osadebe
Ones to watch
The Wanderers' top scorer has been in red hot form of late, netting three times in his last five games bringing his season total 14 thus far.
His form has mirrored that of the rest of his team since the new year, having taken his game to another level as Bolton have surged up the table in the recent months.
The Irishman has become the focal point of the Whites' attacking play both in terms of creativity as well as finishing, with Doyle also contributing three assists and 0.82 created chances per game this season.
Isolating Eoin Doyle and cutting off his influence on the game will be key if Walsall are going to be able to cause an upset and take anything from their high-flying opponents.
In a side which has badly struggled for form and found it difficult to create to chances of late, Emmanuel Osadebe has often found himself as by far the Saddlers greatest attacking threat.
His ability to run with the ball from deep and create goal scoring chances purely through his directness has been the catalyst for many of the few chances that Walsall have created recently.
If the midlands side are likely to have any chances of snatching all three points in Lancashire, Osadebe will undoubtedly have to play a crucial role.
Where to watch
The game will begin at 15:00 GMT on Saturday March 20th.
Due to current COVID-19 lockdown restrictions no fans will be able to attend the game.
Access to watch the game can be found through the iFollow section on the official websites of both Bolton Wanderers and Walsall.
The cost to watch the fixture through iFollow is £10.