Bolton Wanderers are on the road once more today in League Two.
And today, Ian Evatt's side travel to the Abbey Stadium to take on Cambridge United for their first visit here since January 2000 in the FA Cup.
Bolton will be aiming to go two matches unbeaten away from home on the spin after the last gasp draw against Barrow on Tuesday evening.
They are also seeking their second win of the campaign to add to the victory against Harrogate Town at the start of the month.
The Trotters sit 20th in the table heading into the fixture, but with the table still very tightly packed in this early phase of the campaign, three points on Saturday will help them climb back up the standings.
But standing in their way today will be a U's side which sits top of League Two at this early stage of the season and have won their last three games on the spin.
We're live from the Abbey Stadium throughout the afternoon with all the build-up, team news, match action and reaction from Ian Evatt to see if Wanderers can get another three points on the board.
Thoughts of the opposition
Cambridge boss Mark Bonner is expecting a difficult game against Wanderers today.
He admits he has not expected the slow start Bolton have made to the season, but believes adjusting to new boss Ian Evatt and 20 new players are factors behind their beginning of the campaign.
He told the Cambridge Independent:
We expect another difficult game.
Bolton probably haven’t had the results that they would have hoped for and expected in the early part of the season, and that any of us would have expected.
They have maybe taken time to adjust to a new manager and I think 20 new players coming in.
We know we’re in for a difficult game, and they probably know they are as well which is a good situation for us to be in.
We had to play differently probably to win both of those last two home games against top teams (Newport County and Port Vale), but two excellent results for us will give us confidence but doesn't really give us anything else into this weekend - no right to go and do it again. We have to earn that all over again on Saturday.
Ian Evatt's pre-match thoughts
Wanderers boss Ian Evatt spoke to the press on Thursday ahead of this match and he had a lot to say.
Here's a transcript of the highlights of what the Bolton head coach said.
A first trip to the Abbey Stadium in 20 years
The last time Bolton played Cambridge at the Abbey Stadium was in the year 2000 in the FA Cup.
Goals from Eidur Gudjohnsen and a Bob Taylor brace helped secure a 3-1 victory, while you have to go back to April 1991 for the last league meeting between the two teams, in the old Division Three on that occasion.
The scene is set
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