Bolton Wanderers play their latest match in a busy run of fixtures in League Two today when they take on Barrow.

The Trotters return to the University of Bolton Stadium for the second time in the space of five days to take on the Cumbrian outfit.

Wanderers are in a rich vein of form at present and head into today's encounter six games unbeaten and having won their last four on the bounce.

They are ninth in the table and just two points from the play-offs heading into today's match and, should Wanderers win and results elsewhere go their way, the Trotters could be in the top seven by the end of play today.

They face a Barrow side which are currently without a permanent manager after the club parted company with previous boss Michael Jolley over a difference of views of how the team should play.

They sit in the relegation zone at present, but go into today's encounter on the back of three points picked up against Oldham Athletic in midweek.

And Ian Evatt will once again take on the side which he led to promotion last season, with Wanderers coming from behind to claim a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw at Holker Street earlier in the season.

We're live throughout the day to cover events at the UniBol, bringing you all the pre-match build-up, confirmed team news, match and goal updates, as well as Evatt's post-game reaction to see if Wanderers can make it five wins on the spin.

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Hello and welcome to the Manchester Evening News' coverage of Bolton Wanderers' clash against Barrow today.

The Trotters are at the University of Bolton Stadium for the second time in the space of five days.

Ian Evatt takes on his former side in the form of the Bluebirds and Wanderers can secure five wins on the bounce with victory today.

We'll be live throughout the day with all the build-up, team news, match action and post-match reaction.