Bolton wait on Reo-Coker

Bolton wait on Reo-Coker

Bolton midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker will undergo a fitness test ahead of Sunday’s Premier League clash with West Brom at the Reebok Stadium.

Reo-Coker, who has been nursing a leg problem, had a similar assessment before Wednesday’s 4-1 home defeat against Tottenham and had to come off in the second half of that game.

Wanderers boss Owen Coyle has confirmed Gretar Steinsson has been out of action with a thigh injury rather than illness and the defender remains a doubt, while midfielder Darren Pratley is still sidelined with a virus.

Bolton (from): Bogdan, Jaaskelainen, Alonso, Steinsson, Wheater, Boyata, Knight, Ream, Ricketts, Reo-Coker, M Davies, K Davies, Klasnic, Miyaichi, Ngog, Petrov, Eagles, Tuncay, Sordell, Vela.

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