Nottingham Forest vs Bolton preview
Last Updated: 04/05/19 2:33pm
Yohan Benalouane will return to contention for Nottingham Forest following suspension for their final game of the season against Bolton.
The defender - who signed for Martin O'Neill's side from Leicester in January - has been missing since Good Friday, when he was sent off in the 2-0 defeat away at Sheffield United.
Jack Colback is still banned after receiving his 15th yellow card of the season in the same fixture, but Michael Dawson and Tobias Figueiredo will hope to be involved to complete their comebacks from injury as Forest go in search of a third successive victory.
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Relegated Bolton have confirmed they will make their players available to play at the City Ground, days after their planned meeting with Brentford was scrapped in the wake of a player strike and ongoing financial uncertainty at the club.
Captain David Wheater (groin) is out, while fellow centre-back Jack Hobbs is nursing a troublesome back problem and may not be risked by Phil Parkinson.
Nottingham Forest have won each of their last four home league matches against Bolton, a run stretching back to the 2013-14 season.
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Bolton have won just one of their last 11 league meetings with Nottingham Forest (W1 D5 L5).
This is the second consecutive season Nottingham Forest and Bolton will face on the final day of a league season, with the Trotters winning 3-2 last season.
Bolton Wanderers have lost 12 of their last 14 away matches in all competitions (W2 D0 L12).
Nottingham Forest haven't won three consecutive league matches within the same season since December 2016 under Philippe Montanier.
Bolton have scored just 30 goals in 45 away games in the Championship since the start of last season, the fewest of any side to be in the division in both campaigns.
David Prutton predicts: 3-1