Bolton manager Owen Coyle is convinced his side can get back on track against Chelsea on an emotional night at the Reebok Stadium.
The club will honour the late Nat Lofthouse before kick-off with a minute's silence. Then Coyle hopes his players can give the supporters something to savour when they face the Barclays Premier League champions.
Bolton's form has dipped after a bright start and they have picked up only eight points from their last nine games. Coyle is still hurting at the way they lost to Chelsea last month when Florent Malouda scored a disputed winner.
"It should have been ruled out for offside and we could have had a penalty, " he said. "We have had two close-run games with them and lost both 1-0. We came out on the wrong side of some major decisions in those games.
"We should have had two stonewall penalties last year - one of them after Didier Drogba was playing volleyball. So the margins are minimal. We know that.
"We have been in terrific form at the Reebok and we have to make sure on Monday we make sure come out on the right side of these margins. If that happens it's a game I believe we can win."