Will Bolton Wanderers further cement their place in the play-offs?
Last weekend, the Trotters were beaten 3-2 by Shrewsbury at the New Meadow.
Dion Charles scored a brace, only for the Shrews to win it thanks to a stoppage time penalty.
This defeat means Ian Evatt’s team remain in fifth place.
In better news, Bolton reached the EFL Trophy quarter-finals on Tuesday night, demolishing Manchester United U21s 4-0.
Dapo Afolayan making the breakthrough in the 68th minute, before Aaron Morley, Amadou Bakayoko and Conor Bradley were all on target.
So, can the Wanderers now carry that momentum into the promotion push?
Exeter City meantime may be 13th, but are just four points adrift of the play-off places.
Gary Caldwell’s side looked set to beat Sheffield Wednesday last weekend, Jake Caprice opening the scoring, only for the Owls to equalise in the 94th minute.
This means the Grecians have only won one of their last six league matches, dating back to mid-October.
Will the University of Bolton Stadium witness a home win?