Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has revealed that the preparations for this weekend’s match against Bolton Wanderers will be the same as any other side.

Bolton started the season on -12 points and have spent the whole campaign in the relegation zone.

The club have had numerous financial issues since 2015 and were on the verge of being expelled from the Football League back in August.

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But Ainsworth has insisted that despite their off the field issues, the preparation to Saturday's match will not be any different.

Speaking after the Fleetwood defeat on Tuesday night, Ainsworth said: “We’re going to treat Bolton no different to any other League One team.

“They’re a League One team for a reason and Keith Hill is a great manager who has been around the block many times.

“They’ve got some good players in their team like O’Grady, Murphy, Politic and Nsiala, so I’m going into this thinking this is not going to be an easy game at all.

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“They are fighting for their lives and mathematically, they are still capable of getting out of the situation that they are in, so we won’t take that lightly.

Ainsworth also revealed that Matt Bloomfield will have a fitness test on either Thursday or Friday.

The skipper missed the defeat on Tuesday after he came off injured in the game against Bristol Rovers on Saturday.