Bolton Wanderers return to action this weekend aiming to make it back to back victories in League One. Ian Evatt's Whites make the journey to Shropshire to take on Shrewsbury Town and Wanderers have the opportunity to do the double over Salop, having won 2-1 earlier this season at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Wanderers sit just a place and a point behind Salop in the League One table and can leapfrog Steve Cotterill's side with victory at Montgomery Waters Meadow. READ MORE: Bolton Wanderers linked with move for non-league defender amid Derby County transfer issues But Evatt will not have a completely fit squad to choose from for the trip to Shropshire, with several players out of action due to injury at present.
Here's the state of play in the Wanderers treatment room at things stand: Xavier Amaechi Injury: Hamstring strain Expected return date: End of January/start of February Evatt does not expect the winger to be ready for this weekend's clash against Shrewsbury Town, but the home clash versus Sunderland at the end of January might be a more realistic return date.
He said: “He’s doing really well. His hamstring is progressing well. I would think he’ll be a couple of weeks away.” Andrew Tutte Injury: Torn hamstring Expected return date: Imminent Unless another injury has been picked up in the meantime, the midfielder should be back available for selection soon.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk