In a sentence: Fulham look to maintain their winning start to 2018 with a trip to face a resurgent Bolton Wanderers under Phil Parkinson’s stewardship. Both sides are still in need of the points ahead of a topsy-turvy clash at the Macron.
Last time: The pair last met in Bolton just before Christmas in 2015 when the then two championship strugglers played out an entertaining 2-2 draw. Luke Garbutt put the Cottagers ahead before Zach Clough scored a brace for the home side with Ross McCormack striking late for the visitors to ensure a share of the spoils.
This time: Bolton are 3/1 to win with Fulham at 10/11 and the draw 5/2.
You might remember: Once upon a time this was a Premier League encounter and in April 2005, Bolton’s cause for European football was helped thanks to Fulham’s Claus Jensen seeing red after only 13 minutes and Jay Jay Okocha firing the home the resulting penalty. Bolton went on to win 3-1 and finish the season in sixth place.