Bolton Wanderers manager Ian Evatt has described Wycombe ‘as a very good team’ ahead of their clash this evening.

The Chairboys travel up to the University of Bolton Stadium for what will be their second visit to the ground in their history.

The original fixture was planned for December 18, but following a Covid outbreak at the Greater Manchester club, the match was rescheduled for the start of January.

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In the previous meeting which took place in November, Wanderers defeated Bolton 1-0 thanks to a brilliant looping header by Sam Vokes, which ended a run of six games without a win in all competitions.

Speaking to the club’s media and the Manchester Evening News, Evatt said: “When we went there it was another of those hard-luck stories; another moral victory which I can't stand.

“You've got to be able to stand up to their physicality, but we want to impose our game on them and look to control possession.

"But we’re looking forward to the game, we know what we have to do, we know what Wycombe have to offer.

“They’re a very good team.

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"They ask you a lot of questions and we have to find the answers, find the solutions but then, be us and be what we are, which is open, attacking, expansive with speed and intensity, and all the things we have been working on and the lads have looked increasingly sharp in training.”

A win for Wycombe will put them on a point outside of the automatic promotion places, whilst a victory for Bolton will move them away from the relegation places.

In the three fixtures between the two sides, Bolton have yet to register a goal against Wycombe.

Additionally, the fixture between the two will have mandatory Covid-19 certification requirements for fans who are attending the match.