For our Wycombe vs. Bolton prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
We have a cracker in League Two this weekend as two in form sides chasing promotion meet as Wycombe Wanderers host Bolton Wanderers.
Wycombe Wanderers currently sit 7th in League One with fifteen wins, five draws and ten losses from thirty games this season.
Wycombe started the season quite poorly and looked a shadow of the side that reached the play-off final last season, but a mid season transformation has seen them return to last season's levels as they enter this game in a very healthy position.
Wycombe are currently in the midst of an excellent run of form having won each of their last four consecutive league matches, the most recent of which was a 2-0 win away at Accrington Stanley.
The win in Accrington followed up and excellent victory over promotion rivals Derby and means they've now won four on the bounce having scored ten and conceded just two in that period.
Their home record has been impressive of late, too, having won four and lost just one of their last five league games on home soil.
Wycombe are in excellent shape and are mounting a serious push for a top six finish. They do, though, face a stern test here as they welcome a Bolton side on fire.
Bolton Wanderers currently sit 3rd in League One with seventeen wins, eight draws and seven losses from thirty-two games this season.
After a slow start to the season The Trotters are full steam ahead as they attempt to chase down Plymouth Argyle and Sheffield Wednesday in the automatic promotion spots.
They enter this game in the midst of an excellent run of form having won each of their last five consecutive matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 5-0 win over a sorry MK Dons side.
The win was Bolton's second consecutive 5-0 win in the league and catapulted them up to 3rd place in the table.
Bolton have been invigorated by 19-year-old Shola Shoretire, the forward on loan from Manchester United, who has displayed an impressive Leven of class a guile in Bolton's forward line.
Bolton's away record has been strong lately having won three of their last four on the road.
The Trotters can be encouraged by the fact they hammered Wycombe 3-0 when the two sides met in League Two back in August, but this is a drastically different Wycombe side so this will be much more competitive. A win for Bolton would be huge here, but it won't be easy to come by.