With Wycombe fans still buzzing over the sensational 3-2 win against Derby County at Adams Park, Wanderers now host another League One promotion contender when Bolton Wanderers come to town on Saturday, February 18.

Gareth Ainsworth’s men produced their best performance of the season to beat Derby, and followed it up with a gritty 2-0 win at Accrington Stanley in midweek. 

They have won their last four league games, but Bolton are also in great form with five wins in-a-row, including successive 5-0 hammerings of Peterborough United and MK Dons.

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That impressive run has seen them move up to third place in the table, nine points ahead of Wycombe, but the Blues have two games-in-hand, making this clash even more important.

The clubs have met only five times before with Wycombe winning the first four meetings before a 3-0 defeat at Bolton in their first away game this season.
Bolton have a long and distinguished history. 

Founder members of the Football League in 1888, they have appeared in no fewer than seven FA Cup finals, winning the famous trophy four times, the last in 1958.

More recently, they spent twelve seasons in the Premier League, finishing in the top eight on three occasions and qualifying to play in the UEFA Cup.

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They were relegated from the top-flight in 2012 before financial problems and failures on the pitch plunged them into a downward spiral that ended with demotion to League Two, the lowest point in the club’s history.

Their upturn in fortunes began with the appointment of current manager Ian Evatt. Once a no-nonsense defender for Derby, Queens Park Rangers and Blackpool, Evatt guided them to promotion in his first campaign in charge, and they finished a respectable ninth last season.

They have one of the best defences in the division and can be ruthless in attack as they showed in their last away game, a 5-0 win at Peterborough United.

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Dion Charles scored a hat-trick and Ricardo Santos got two goals in Bolton’s biggest away win for 22 years.

This promises to be another Adams Park classic.