Ian Evatt’s pre-match thoughts
Ahead of the game, the Wanderers boss said his team know what to expect from the Shrimps, and that his side are always wanting to improve.
"Performances will bring points, we need to make sure that we perform as best we can, we know what to expect from all of our opponents coming up,” he said.
“On Saturday, we will need the correct mindset, mentality, and a good attitude to be able to win that game.
"We want success and we want victories, I want us to finish higher in the table than we are at the moment, so we’ve got to keep going.
“Everything must be improved on, we always want to be better and we always want to improve."
Shrimps’ pre-match thoughts
Stephen Robinson said if the Shrimps continue to play the way they have been doing, they’ll turn performances into results, but he’s well aware of the threat that Bolton will pose on Saturday.
“I believe we’ve got a really good spirit about the camp, we’ve got boys that want to be here and really want to play for the football Club and that bodes well,” he said.
“I’m confident that if we continue to play, we’ll turn the performances into results.
“Bolton have been fantastic, I’ve watched three of their last four games.
"They’re a very good football side, they’ve got a set way of playing and they won’t change that for anybody which is credit to them, they’re a real threat.”
Meet the men in the middle
Cleveland-based Ross Joyce will referee Saturday’s game. Assistants Danny Gratton and Gary Hilton will run the line and Lewis Smith will be the Fourth Official.
Joyce has taken charge of 22 games so far this season in League's One and Two, as well as a number of cup competitions. He’s awarded a total of 72 yellow cards and four reds.
Last time he took charge of the Shrimps was in November for a Papa John’s Trophy clash against Carlisle United at the Mazuma Stadium which the visitors won 2-0.
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