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Neil Lennon’s Bolton side will out to move out of the relegation zone when they take on Cardiff later tonight.

Lennon will be without two key men for the clash with both Kevin McNaughton and Joe Mason ineligible to play under the terms of their loan deal with Cardiff. McNaughton would have been a doubt either way as he is struggling with a groin injury while Mason was unused, possibly with one eye on this game, as the club lost to Norwich last time out.


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The build up to the game has been marred by talks that Phil Gartside, the club owner, has flown to Thailand for talks with Investors. In addition to their struggles on the field the club are also in financial trouble off it with debts of £164 million.

Those talks were confirmed by Lennon in his pre-match conference with the former Celtic boss telling reporters “I don’t know about selling it but I know he’s away in Thailand to discuss a proposition from some Thai businessmen,”

“What that is, I’ve no idea. What the ins and outs of it are, I don’t know. I’ll know more when Phil comes back.”

While the talk of a takeover will be at the back of his mind for now Lennon’s focus will be on addressing his side’s inconsistent recent form. In the last five games the club have won two but lost three with the defeats ensuring that they remain anchored at the bottom of the table alongside basement side Blackpool.

In addition to having McNaughton and Mason out, Lennon will also be without Adam Bogdan (fingers) and Marc Tierney however David Wheater and Liam Trotter could feature.

Cardiff for their part will be without striker Kenwyne Jones after he flew home to Trinidad to deal with a family tragedy meaning that one of Joe Ralls, Ravel Morrison and Nicky Maynard could come into contention.

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.