3.00pm on Saturday afternoon (UK time) sees Sheffield Wednesday welcome Bolton Wanderers in the Npower Championship.
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Both Sheffield Wednesday and Bolton have started the season in disappointing fashion collecting just seven points in their opening six games. Both have two wins, one draw and three losses on the board, with Bolton sitting two places above Wednesday in 15th place courtesy of a marginally better goal difference.
Of the two sides though, the Owls appear in worse shape having lost their last three matches on the spin during which time they conceded eight goals and scored just two in reply.
Manager Dave Jones will be hoping for better this weekend when Bolton come to Hillsborough, and the hosts should be booster by the return of Anthony Gardener in their defence after Reda Johnson recently returned to the first team action also.
Elsewhere loanees Jay Bothroyd (QPR) and Ross Barkley (Everton) should both be in the Sheffield line-up, while 22-year-old Spanish striker Rodri will be looking to find the target.
As for Bolton, many were expecting Owen Coyle’s charges to be one of the front-runners for promotion this season. So far the Trotters have failed to meet that expectation, and having lost all four away matches they’ve played in this term, and the forecast is far from positive at the Reebok Stadium.
That said, after keeping most of his Premier League squad together, Bolton undoubtedly have the players to successfully compete at this level.
With Adam Bogdan in goal, Tim Ream and Zat Knight in defence, Martin Petrov, Chung-yong Lee, Keith Andrews, Mark Davies and Chris Eagles in midfield and Benik Afobe, David Ngog and Kevin Davies up-front, Bolton have all the ingredients to believe they can win any match in the league this season.