It’s a quick turnaround for Ian Evatt’s men with a long trip to Wycombe the first of two away games in five days.
Following Saturday's 2-1 win against Northampton Town, thanks to goals from Dion Charles and Randell Williams, Wanderers will be looking to back that up with another positive performance on the road as they seek a first win at Adams Park.
Ian Evatt: “To achieve the goals and ambitions that we’ve set ourselves this season, we need to be picking up points in these games away from home. We know these games are always tight and competitive.
“We haven’t got the best record at Wycombe so we’d like to put that straight. There’s no place more difficult to go than there, we know exactly what’s coming and we need to be ready for that by showing what we can do.”
Wycombe Wanderers Manager Matt Bloomfield: “It will be nice to be back at home against a real top opponent. We know Bolton are a good team, so we’ll be going after a good performance again.
“We’ve got a big squad competitive squad, and everyone wants to play so we’ll be making sure we’re ready to go again.”
Ricardo Almeida Santos and Paris Maghoma both returned to action at the weekend and came through unscathed so will be looking to recover and go again on Tuesday.
Kyle Dempsey is sidelined with a back problem and Zac Ashworth remains unavailable.
Carlos Mendes Gomes is working his way back to fitness and is due back in training this week.
Tjay De Barr missed Wycombe’s last game through illness but could be available for Tuesday night.
Jack Grimmer, Joe Jacobson, Jason McCarthy, Christie Ward and Kane Vincent-Young are ruled out through injury for the Chairboys.
Wycombe come into this clash in relatively good form after three wins, one draw and just one defeat in their last five fixtures. Last time out produced an end-to-end 2-2 draw away at Peterborough United with goals from Brandan Hanlan and an own-goal.
The Chairboys currently sit in eighth position in League One, two points outside of the play-off positions but have played two games less than some of the teams around them.
The Whites got back to winning ways at the weekend at the Toughsheet Community Stadium against Northampton Town which leaves Wanderers in fourth position on 23 points.
Referee: Leigh Doughty
Assistant Referees: Daniel Leach and Blake Antrobus
Fourth Official: Wayne Cartmel
Pay on the day will be available for Wanderers’ supporters at Wycombe tomorrow night.
Supporters will need to head to Ticket Office 1 when they arrive at Adams Park, to purchase their tickets.
Tickets must be paid for on a debit/credit card and ticket prices do not increase on the night.
The game is available to stream both domestically and internationally, meaning you can watch Ian Evatt's side from anywhere in the world!
For just £10, you can get behind the lads as the Whites look to back up their weekend victory over Northampton Town, as goals from Dion Charles and Randell Williams secured an important three points.