Manager Phil Parkinson will be hoping his side can record their first win since September tonight as Bolton take on Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
Wanderers earned a point away at Millwall on Saturday and all involved with the club will be hoping the team can go one better tonight against a struggling Sheffield Wednesday.
Speaking to the club’s website yesterday Parkinson said: “We’ve been looking at the things we could’ve done better [from the Millwall game] and take that into tomorrow [Tuesday] night’s game.
“Sheffield Wednesday have had some indifferent results.
“There’s expectation on them at that club and we’ve really got to go and capitalise on that tomorrow [Tuesday] night.”
Bolton have performed well on the road this season, with most of their wins coming away from home.
Parkinson is clearly hoping that another strong away showing could yield the team’s first win in nine games.
A win would be vital, as the run of fixtures Bolton currently find themselves in is absolutely crucial. With matches against teams at the tail end of the Championship, Bolton must start picking up some points.
Against fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday, Bolton really do have to make the most of what is a great opportunity.
But can Bolton finally get that much needed victory at Hillsborough tonight?