Can Bolton Wanderers help cement their play-off place?
In their last league outing, the Trotters came from behind to beat Fleetwood Town in dramatic fashion.
Conor Bradley equalised in the 85th minute, before Dapo Afolayan snatched all the points in the fifth minute of added on time.
This means Ian Evatt’s team have won three of their last five league games, also defeating Barrow in the EFL trophy since then.
While Bolton are fifth in the table, Bristol Rovers are down in 15th.
The Pirates, who are newly-promoted, have won just one of their last five league games, and were beaten in the FA Cup by non-league Boreham Wood last weekend.
So, a home win seems likely at the University of Bolton Stadium.