Bolton v Hull preview
Last Updated: 31/12/17 12:29pm
Bolton boss Phil Parkinson could be boosted by the return of Craig Noone for the home clash with Hull.
Winger Noone missed Saturday's 1-0 win against Sheffield United through illness but may recover in time to be involved against the Tigers.
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Sammy Ameobi and Andrew Taylor (calf) remain doubtful after missing the Blades clash with injuries.
Mark Little and Josh Vela dropped to the bench at Bramall Lane as Parkinson made five changes. Adam Le Fondre, Reece Burke, Josh Cullen, Filipe Morais and Antonee Robinson came in and will hope to keep their starting spots.
Kamil Grosicki will once again miss out for Hull.
The Poland international winger is struggling to overcome an ankle problem and boss Nigel Adkins has also ruled him out of the upcoming FA Cup clash at Blackburn.
Leading scorer Jarrod Bowen returned to the Tigers' starting line-up against Fulham following a knee problem and opened the scoring. He is likely to be involved once again.
Evandro and Fraizer Campbell are available, with the latter coming on for the last 18 minutes of the 2-2 draw with the Cottagers, but Jon Toral is a doubt after picking up a knock on Saturday.
Bolton are unbeaten in their last 20 home matches against Hull in all competitions (W14 D6).
Hull's only away win at Bolton came in March 1935, a 2-1 win at Burnden Park; on the day of this game, it will be 30,252 days since that victory.
The Trotters are winless in seven league matches on New Year's Day (D3 L4) since a 2-0 win at Preston in 2001.
Nigel Adkins has never lost against Bolton (W1 D2), with that one win a 7-1 hammering as Reading boss in January 2014.
Bolton haven't won back to back home league matches in the Championship since February 2016.
Hull have lost their last five league matches on a Monday, conceding 11 and scoring just twice.