Manager Stephen Robinson has praised the way Bolton Wanderers have been playing in recent weeks.
The Trotters have won their last four games which included an impressive 6-0 victory over third-placed Sunderland AFC, and Robinson likes the way Ian Evatt’s side play.
“Bolton have been fantastic, I have watched three of their last four games, they are a very good footballing side and have their set way of playing,” he said.
“They are a real threat, Dion Charles, I worked with him at Northern Ireland, he is a real dangerous threat up front with whatever system they play.
“Bolton are in-form, they have won their last four games but we will make it hard for them, we will not be sitting off them and respecting them, we will go and press them hard.”
A bumper crowd is expected on Saturday with the 5,481 record attendance at the Mazuma Stadium which was achieved against Sheffield Wednesday earlier on in the season set to be broken, and Robinson says the fans have been the difference in home games this campaign.
“We proved last Saturday against Wycombe that when the crowd get behind us that we feed off that, we fought against adversity to come from behind to win the game,” he added.
“There is absolutely no reason why that can’t happen again, we showed some good passages of play against a very good Sheffield Wednesday side and we are playing well.
“We are in the top 10 of the form table in the league, but we need to turn those performances into points if we are to stay up this season.”