Wolverhampton Wanderers: Ikeme; Doherty, Batth (c), Stearman, Golbourne; McDonald, Evans, Henry, Edwards, Sako; Dicko
Subs: McCarey, Saville, Clarke, Rowe, van La Parra, Ricketts, McAlinden
Bolton Wanderers: Lonergan, Dervite, Mills, Moxey, Ream, Spearing, Feeney, Chung-Yong, Garvan, C Davies, Mason
Subs: Kenny, Medo, Pratley, Danns, Beckford, McNaughton, M Davies
The side have made a great start to the season and while they are low scorers compared to the sides around them, their efficient defence, which has conceded just three goals, has allowed them to take the points in several tight matches.
In contrast, Bolton are only out of the relegation places in the Championship because of goal difference.
They need to start building on their one win and two draws so far this season or they could be drawn into a long and drawn out bottom near the wrong end of the table.
A win for the away side and a clean sheet could see them move up the table by three places, which would be a welcome boost.