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15:00 19th September 2014

MATCH PREVIEW: Wolves v Bolton Wanderers

Wolves host Bolton Wanderers at Molineux on Saturday afternoon in their eighth fixture of the 2014/15 Sky Bet Championship campaign.

Kenny Jackett's side are currently fourth in the table having taken 14 points from seven league games, drawing 1-1 with Charlton Athletic in their last outing at The Valley.

Danny Batth's towering second half header cancelled out Andre Bikey-Amougou's 25th minute volley to secure a point and extend Wolves' Championship unbeaten run to five games.

With five points from their opening seven games, Bolton sit 21st in the Sky Bet Championship table. Defeating Rotherham United 3-2 in their last outing at the Macron Stadium to secure their first win of the 2014/15 campaign.

Anthony Wordsworth fired the Millers into an early lead with a well-placed free-kick, Joe Mason then netted twice to turn the game on its head before Jordan Bowery brought the visitors level at 2-2. Mason completed his second half hat-trick on 84 minutes from close range to round off the scoring and seal Bolton's victory.

Wolves last met the Trotters in April 2013 when goals from David Ngog and Marcos Alonso in the third and tenth minute respectively secured a 2-0 win for Bolton.    

Team News

Kenny Jackett confirmed Wolves will have a clean bill of heath going into the Bolton fixture.

Bolton Wanderers

Max Clayton is available for the Trotters after the England youth international signed a three-year contract earlier this week and received clearance to play on Friday.

Goalkeeper Andy Lonergan has shaken off a slight knock and is available to face Wolves.

Pre Match Views

Kenny Jackett

Dougie Freedman

Wolves: 4/6 Draw: 11/4 Bolton Wanderers: 4/1
Skybet have Wolves as strong favourites going into Saturday's game and believe there's only a slim chance the visitors will take three points.

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