Bolton duo return

Bolton duo return

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has Vladimir Weiss and Jack Wilshere back for his squad to face Wolves tomorrow after the on-loan duo were cup-tied for the midweek defeat at Tottenham.

Defender Gretar Steinsson may be available having returned to training from injury, but Mark Davies is still sidelined. Gavin McCann, Chris Basham, Joey O’Brien and Sean Davis are long-term absentees, but there is positive news regarding Gary Cahill.

Cahill’s season was feared to be over after a blood clot was discovered in the defender’s arm earlier this month, but Coyle today confirmed that having undergone an operation, the defender could be back in action within four weeks.

Team (from): Jaaskelainen, Steinsson, Knight, Robinson, Gardner, Cohen, Taylor, Muamba, Lee, K Davies, Klasnic, Riga, A O’Brien, Al Habsi, Samuel, Elmander, Ricketts, Holden, Weiss, Wilshere.

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