The weekend’s action comes to a close tonight as West Bromwich Albion travel to Bolton Wanderers.
The away side are looking to close the gap on the league’s top two and revive their automatic promotion hopes.
Bolton are in the relegation zone, but a third straight league win could see the Trotters leap above the dreaded drop.
Ahead of this Championship clash, you can check all the odds and info right here…
West Brom have been rocked by the departure of Harvey Barnes – who returned to parent club Leicester City this month.
The Baggies are 4/5 to grab their first league win of 2019, and do have a potent strike-force of Dwight Gayle and Jay Rodriguez in attack.
Monday’s can often be a drag – but Bolton seem to love them. The home side have taken 17 points out of a possible 21 from their last seven games on a Monday night.
Bolton will be without Norwich City loanee Yanic Wildschut, who’s out until April on an ankle injury.
Phil Parkinson could with the same 4-2-3-1 formation he put out against Bristol City.
Although midfielder Josh Vela and forward Clayton Donaldson could be pushing for starts.
West Brom will hope to have Matt Phillips back in contention following an ankle injury.
James Morrison and Boaz Myhill are also in the running for a comeback but may have to make do with a spot on the subs bench.
Mason Holgate has found a spot at right-back, Rakeem Harper could retain his place in the middle.
Albion are bang in form in front of goal this season. The Championship’s top scorers (55) have two of the league’s top marksman.
J-Rod and Gayle have a massive 27 goals between them and could easily bag 20 each by the end of the season.
Sammy Ameobi could line-up on the left wing for Bolton, he’s 4/1 to score anytime.
You can find Josh Magennis at 7/1 to bag the opener in the game.
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