Last Updated: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 14:47
Bolton boss Owen Coyle has confirmed he will make changes to his side when the Trotters take on Tottenham in the FA Cup.
Wanderers must return to White Hart Lane and the scene of Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest on Tuesday night for the quarter-final clash and Coyle is planning changes.
Bolton boosted their survival hopes with a 2-1 win over Blackburn on Saturday and with another crucial clash coming up this weekend, Coyle will make changes from the side that beat Rovers.
Kevin Davies, Ivan Klasnic and Marcos Alonso will be among the players hoping to start and Coyle says he will check on everyone's physical and mental state before naming his starting eleven.
"Once again I will go around the players and ask if they are all ready to play the tie," Coyle told the club's website. "Once I have done that I will look to pick the team to play the game.
"In the original match there were five changes to the team from the one named against Queens Park Rangers and again there will be a number of changes if everybody is fit and ready."
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