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The last time Bolton and Reading met both were top flight sides. On Saturday they will meet again, this time trying to dent each other’s chances of making a return to the Premier League.


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Both sides made decent starts on the opening weekend with Bolton coming from behind to grab a deserved draw away to Burnley while Reading came from behind to beat Ipswich at home.

Following on from their point with Burnley Bolton secured their place in the next round of the Capital One Cup with a midweek 3-1 win over Shrewsbury thanks to goals from Robert Hall and a brace from exciting youngster Sanmi Odelusi, on his first start for the club.

Bolton reverted to a 4-4-2 system for the trip to Greenhouse meadow after playing a 4-5-1 system away to Burnley on the opening day.

Freedman must decide whether to pair Hall and David Ngog with Jermaine Beckford with one of Darren Pratley, Keith Andrews, Medo Kamara, Chris Eagles, and Chung-Yong Lee likely to make way. At this point Eagles, who limped off last weekend, or Andrews, would appear the most likely to make way.

Alex Baptiste, David Wheater and Lee could all return after being rested midweek while Odelusi, who has come through the ranks at the Reebook, could also feature from the bench after impressing his boss midweek and doubts over the fitness of Chris Eagles who limped off last weekend.

Reading meanwhile along with Bolton are amongst the favourites for promotion and Ian Adkins side made a strong start with a 2-1 win over Ispwich on the opening weekend.

Garath McCleary and Danny Guthrie scoring after former player Jay Tabb had threatened to return to haunt his old club. Reading had a bye from the Capital One cup midweek although with the season in its infancy Adkins would have preferred to have given some of his fringe players a run out.

Reading have no injury worries ahead of the game with the club set to name the same starting line up to last weekend, meaning Pavel Pogrebnyak, Stephen Kelly and Jobi McAnuff are still waiting for their first starts of the new campaign.

Trevor Keane

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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