Bolton's players have a point to prove after their last outing, a 2-0 defeat at Stoke on March 4, and the club are hoping to boost numbers in the Reebok crowd by slashing ticket prices to £10.
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Manager Roy Hodgson's problems have not been helped by a new injury concern over ever-present defender Aaron Hughes, who left the pitch before Blackburn's winner in midweek with a rib injury, while striker Bobby Zamora missed outwith a hip problem.
Zamora, though, should be ready to take his place in attack.
Bolton manager Gary Megson admitted: "Everyone seemed to be saying everything is hunky dory down at the Reebok but it is not.
"Blackburn got a fantastic result against Fulham the other night and they pulled out of the bottom three but it now means third from bottom has 28 points, which drags in a couple of teams above ourselves, who will be looking over their shoulders."