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Last Updated: 26/11/18 7:04pm
Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay is hopeful Steven Fletcher will be fit to face Bolton.
The Scotland striker, who continues to manage the knee issue which sidelined him last season, sat out the weekend defeat to Derby after returning late from international duty.
Dutch defender Joost van Aken will continue his comeback by turning out for the Under-23s at Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night. Sam Winnall (hamstring), Kieran Lee (knee) and Gary Hooper (groin) remain on the sidelines.
Bolton manager Phil Parkinson could stick with a 4-3-3 formation after being impressed with his side's performance in Saturday's draw at Millwall.
Will Buckley and Josh Magennis were both withdrawn during the 1-1 stalemate with minor injuries but have not been ruled out of the trip to Hillsborough. Buckley was suffering with cramp while Magennis had a dead leg. Captain Gary O'Neil has returned to fitness but was not in the matchday squad at The Den.
Sheffield Wednesday have won two of their last 15 matches against Bolton in all competitions (D4 L9).
Bolton are winless in their last two league trips to Hillsborough against Sheffield Wednesday (D1 L1) since winning four in a row between 2001 and 2015.
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Bolton are without a win in eight league games (D2 L6), the current longest winless run in the Championship.
Bolton manager Phil Parkinson has won six of his nine league managerial meetings against Sheffield Wednesday (D2 L1).
Sheffield Wednesday have scored more goals from outside the box than any other Championship team this season (9), although just one of their last six has been scored in this fashion.
It's starting to look a little bit desperate for Sheffield Wednesday as they continue their slump down the league. They even took the lead against Derby at the weekend but fell apart fairly quickly.
Bolton arrested their own run of defeats and even finally managed to get on the scoresheet at Millwall. It is nine games without a win now, though. It's tough to call but I'll back a narrow home win.
David Prutton predicts: 1-0 (6/1 with Sky Bet)