As you were for Bolton
Bolton look set to have a similar squad for Monday's Sky Bet League One clash at home to Gillingham as they did for their FA Cup victory over Sheffield United.
Striker Max Clayton made his comeback from a knee injury when he came on as a substitute in a Checkatrade Trophy match in early November, but he has not featured in any of the five games since and it remains to be seen if he has any involvement against the Gills.
Mark Howard (thumb), Darren Pratley (broken leg) and Mark Davies (knee) remain absent.
Second-placed Bolton have won eight of their last nine league matches.
Gillingham striker Frank Nouble could start after coming off the bench against Rochdale last weekend following a hamstring injury.
Defenders Ryan Jackson and Chris Herd are also available. Jackson has overcome a knock while Herd has recovered from an ankle problem.
On-loan goalkeeper Jonathan Bond will return to training on Saturday after a groin injury and is in contention but Billy Knott and Bradley Garmston are both doubts with hamstring strains.
Defender Aaron Morris remains a long-term absentee with a knee ligament injury as does midfielder Lee Martin, who has damaged ligaments in his ankle.