EXCLUSIVE; Bolton Wanderers to receive a major Striker Before Break”

According to The Bolton News, Bolton Wanderers will be happy to have striker Victor Adeboyejo back in the lineup for this weekend’s visit from struggling Carlisle United.

This season, the 25-year-old has scored five goals in League One, including a triple trick in a 3-1 victory over Fleetwood Town in August. He missed the previous two games due to a knee injury, but the Trotters still defeated Port Vale and Stevenage, so his absence had no negative effects on the team’s performance.

After defeating Steve Evans’ squad on Saturday, they were able to move up to third position, where they currently sit four points behind Oxford United in second place and five points behind leaders Portsmouth. Bolton, who has a game in hand on the other two, will try to maintain pressure this weekend when they play a squad that has only won once all year.

Adeboyejo will rejoin the team, according to manager Ian Evatt, who also said that other absentees won’t return until later this month.

Injury and suspensions have made things difficult, but now that they are back on the field and doing well, we can see the end of the tunnel. The last two games we’ve managed to win, so now we just need to find a way to win the remaining one on Saturday.

Victor (Adeboyejo) should return over the weekend, but I don’t believe any of the others will be prepared. With the possible exception of Carlos Mendes Gomes, who is a week behind schedule and whose injury was a little more serious than the others, I believe Northampton is the best option for them.

But what we truly need is that final push before the break so we can gather our strength, assess where we are, and prepare to give it our best once again.

Due to international call-ups, Bolton’s League One match against Barnsley the next weekend has been postponed. Dion Charles and Eoin Toal have been chosen for Northern Ireland, while Josh Sheehan will join the Wales team.

Author’s Opinion

One of the key reasons Bolton is considered one of the favorites to be promoted to the Championship this season is their offensive prowess. After moving from Burton Albion in January, Adeboyejo needed some time to adjust to life in the North West. However, it only took him three games to surpass his goal total from the previous season and he appeared to be settling in.

The former Barnsley player appears to have a strong rapport with Dion Charles, but it will be fascinating to see if Evatt sticks with Dan Nlundulu in the coming weeks given that the 24-year-old filled in for Adeboyejo when the former player was away.

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