• Date: Sun 30 April 2017
  • Kick-off: 11:00
  • Venue: Macron Stadium
Bolton Wanderers

Bolton Wanderers

J. Karacan 22"

D. Wheater 53"

A. Le Fondre 75"

3 - 0

Bolton Wanderers vs Peterborough United

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Jay Spearing set to boost Bolton as they aim to seal promotion

Bolton are expected to have Jay Spearing available to face Peterborough as they look to secure their return to the Championship.

Wanderers will start the final day of the season two points above Fleetwood, who face Port Vale at Highbury, and Spearing should be in their ranks despite a back injury.

Skipper Darren Pratley (hamstring) is boss Phil Parkinson's other big concern after he missed out against Vale.

Mark Davies (knee) is a long-term absentee for Bolton, who will be looking to secure an instant return to the second tier.

Peterborough appear likely to stick with the side which beat Bristol Rovers 4-2.

Posh have no fresh injuries ahead of the trip to Wanderers.

Jack Baldwin returned in the win over Rovers, adding some experience alongside young left-back Lewis Freestone and midfielders Callum Chettle and Leonardo Da Silva Lopes, who scored twice last time out.

Long-term injury victims Jermaine Anderson and Gwion Edwards (both knee) are the only definite absentees.
Team Lineups

Bolton Wanderers

33 M. Howard
20 A. Taylor
31 D. Wheater 53"
4 D. Dervite
5 M. Beevers
22 Filipe Morais
8 J. Spearing
10 J. Karacan 22"
6 J. Vela
45 A. Le Fondre 75"
14 G. Madine
D. Pratley > J. Karacan 64"
C. Wilkinson > G. Madine 90"
D. Moxey
C. Long
Derik Osede
J. Henry
J. Turner

Peterborough United

1 L. McGee
3 A. Hughes
6 J. Baldwin
32 L. Freestone
4 M. Bostwick
8 C. Forrester
18 L. Lopes
23 C. Chettle
13 C. Mackail-Smith
21 T. Nichols
11 M. Maddison
G. Edwards > T. Nichols 62"
R. Tafazolli > A. Hughes 64"
A. Borg > L. Lopes 73"
M. Smith
M. Tyler
B. Inman
J. Morias

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