Trotters wait on O’Brien and Campo

Bolton manager Gary Megson is hoping midfield duo Joey O’Brien and Ivan Campo will be available for the trip to Premier League title hopefuls Chelsea.

The pair missed last weekend’s crucial 2-0 home win over Sunderland due to hamstring and calf injuries respectively.

Both players could be passed fit to face Avram Grant’s side although goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen and defenders Ricardo Gardner and Nicky Hunt remain sidelined.

Team (from): Al Habsi, Samuel, Andrew O’Brien, Cahill, Steinsson, Nolan, Campo, Giannakopoulos, McCann, Joey O’Brien, Guthrie, Taylor, Davies, Rasiak, Diouf, Walker, Fojut, Cohen, Alonso, Helguson.

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