Bolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has revealed he will pick a team that will 'require a certain strength' for when they face Wycombe Wanderers this weekend.

The Trotters sit third in League One, six points off the automatic promotion places and have recorded two back-to-back 5-0 victories.

They have also conceded the second least amount of goals in the division this season with 23, and have picked up 15 points from their last 18 games, winning the last five.

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However, the Chairboys are also enjoying a real purple patch as their midweek win away at Accrington Stanley was their fourth in a row and their fifth in six games.

It was also the eighth time in 14 games they have kept a clean sheet and despite not sitting in the play-offs at the time of writing, Gareth Ainsworth’s team are one of the in-form teams in the division.

Speaking ahead to Bolton’s visit to Adams Park, a stadium they have yet to score in, Evatt told the Bolton News: “They are a really good team and Gareth has done an incredible job there.

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“They are always there or thereabouts and they are a good yard stick for this division.

“It is always a difficult place to go and we know what to expect, there is no secret there.

“We know it is going to be a tough game and both teams will be going to win.

“It is going to be a completely different challenge to the Charlton, Peterborough, and MK Dons games, so we will pick a team that we think can cope with that challenge.

“It is no sleight on anyone – (the team) has done incredibly well in recent weeks.

“But this game specifically will require a certain strength to be able to deal with their strengths.

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“We will have a look at it, we will formulate a gameplan as we always do and give it our best shot.”

Speaking on how he thinks Wycombe will set up, he continued: “You have to defend your box really well, you have to win first contacts and duels, you have to win second balls.

"Then you have to be composed in possession when you get moments and chances in transition.

"Then you have to take those opportunities.“It is going to be a real good test, but one we are all looking forward to.”

The match will begin at 3pm.