Forest Green Rovers come into this fixture off the back of a goalless draw with Mansfield Town on Tuesday, whilst Bolton Wanderers extended their stellar run of form last week, coming from behind to secure a 2-1 win over Walsall with second-half goals from Kieran Lee and Eoin Doyle.
Going into this fixture, just two points and two places separate the teams, with both sides looking to secure a win in order to cement their own promotion hopes.
Forest Green Rovers boss Mark Cooper will have defender Jordan Moore-Taylor back available, but will be without midfielder Ebou Adams, who misses out with a ligament injury.
Bolton boss Ian Evatt will be without captain Antoni Sarcevic who remains out due to a torn hamstring, whilst Marcus Maddison will be pushing for a start after featuring heavily in Bolton's recent revival.
Forest Green Rovers:
Thomas; Stokes, Moore-Taylor, Godwin-Malife, Wilson, Bernard, Whitehouse, Cadden; Bailey; Collins, Matt.
Gilks; Jones, Santos, Baptiste, John, Lee, Williams, Isgrove, Delfouneso, Maddison, Doyle.
Ones to watch
Forest Green Rovers: Odin Bailey
Odin Bailey has impressed during his loan spell with the Rovers, with his passing range and technical ability standing out amongst the rest. Saturday's fixture will be a lively game and Bailey will look to leave his mark and impress his parent club, Birmingham City, in an important fixture which could see Rovers become firm promotion favourites with a victory.
Bolton Wanderers: Eoin Doyle
Eoin Doyle is currently in fine form, with the Irish striker netting 15 goals this season, playing a major role in the Trotters’ recent resurgence. Doyle may prove to be a handful for Forest Green on Saturday, especially considering that Forest Green have only kept two clean sheets in their last eight league outings.
Forest Green Rovers emerged victorious in the last meeting between the two sides, winning 1-0 at the University of Bolton Stadium with Carl Winchester's second half strike settling the contest.
How to watch
The game will be available to watch at 12pm on Saturday on Sky Sports Football.
In the build-up to the game, Forest Green Rovers boss Mark Cooper said:
“You look at the last couple of years and it shows you how volatile the game can be. Forest Green have gone the other way, up a few levels and it’s great that we’re playing Bolton, but we have to remember that we’re playing Bolton of League Two and we’re on a level playing field."
Bolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt said:
“Forest Green will be a game between two football teams trying to play the game the right way, in my opinion. It is a good surface and I think it will be a great advert for League Two football.''