Rovers play host to Bolton Wanderers on Sunday, May 7th, kick-off 12pm, looking to end the season on a high after four successive away games without a win.
View From the Opposition
Wanderers skipper Ricardo Santos is set to return to action against Rovers this weekend ahead of their upcoming play-off matches.
Wanderers' boss Ian Evatt is pleased to welcome him back for the weekend, but praised the players who have stood up over the past few weeks.
“It’s a huge boost,” he said. “Everybody has done a fantastic job this season but we know it is a team effort and a squad effort, we need everybody available if we can.
“It doesn’t necessarily matter what team I select, I believe every team that I can select out of the squad will be competitive and good enough to win football matches. I have a massive amount of faith in them all. Hopefully, we can get a good result on Sunday and then take that form into the play-offs.”
Rovers: L L L D L
Bolton: W D W L W
The man in the middle tomorrow is Will Finnie. In 28 games across all competitions this season, Finnie has dished out 85 yellow and a solitary red card. Finnie averages awarding 21 fouls per game and was in charge when Rovers crashed 5-1 at Morecambe in January.
How to Watch
Sunday afternoon's fixture is available to watch live on iFollow!
Video passes cost £10 with the majority of the revenue generated coming back to the football club.
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What Are The Odds?
Rovers are priced at 2/1 shots to beat Bolton at The Memorial Stadium, with the draw currently at 12/5. If you fancy top scorer Aaron Collins to end the season with a goal, he can be backed at 7/1 to open the scoring, or 5/2 to net at any time, whilst the 0-0 draw is priced at 11/1.
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