Bolton travel to Chelsea this week, with the home team in buoyant mood after demolishing Liverpool in the Champtions League (thanks lads).
The Whites will be more relaxed than of late, with a handy eight point gap between them and the relegation places after the Ricardo Gardner inspired defeat of Middlesbrough
‘I purposely didn’t go to the game last night because I don’t expect the team to be the same and I don’t expect the circumstances to be the same.’
Gary Megson didn’t go to Anfield, after noticing that it was a Champions League game. As on the ball as ever Gaz.
Chelsea Team News:
Chelsea may rest a few players with Tuesday’s reverse game against Liverpool in mind. A pity for Bolton that the squad is bursting with internationals who would be first choice for most teams.
Player to watch: Nicolas Anelka
Didier Drogba has stopped sulking and is back to good form, but he’ll probably make way for the former Bolton striker who has a habit of scoring against his former clubs.
Bolton Team News:
No new injury worries for Bolton
Player to watch: Johan Elmander
He’s got to come good eventually hasn’t he?
Match Facts & Stats
Bolton have a respectable record at the Bridge having won one and drawn three of the last five games there.