Bolton will be forced to begin their spell without Yanic Wildschut against West Brom on Monday.
The Norwich loanee suffered an ankle injury against Walsall in the FA Cup earlier in January and is set to be sidelined for up to three months.
Bolton Wanderers have lost Norwich City loanee Yanic Wildschut, who is out until April after undergoing surgery on the ankle injury he sustained in the FA Cup first round win over Walsall.
The winger had an operation on Tuesday and may not return for Wanderers until April.
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West Brom hope to have Matt Phillips available for the game as he recovers from an ankle injury.
The winger was left out of the squad’s warm weather training trip to Dubai this week to continue his rehabilitation.
James Morrison (ankle) and Boaz Myhill (sickness) could be available for boss Darren Moore.
Jake Livermore continues to sit out for the Baggies as he serves the third game of a four-match ban.
On-loan Everton midfielder Joe Williams is also receiving treatment on a thigh injury.
On-loan Everton midfielder Joe Williams (thigh) is also receiving treatment.
West Bromwich Albion return to duty following a week-long break in Dubai.
Albion may have winger Matt Phillips available following an ankle injury, but midfield man Jake Livermore serves the third game of his four-match ban.
Darren Moore’s Baggies, without a win in their last three league games, begin the evening 25 points better off than Bolton, who are just one place off the bottom.
But Wanderers won 2-1 at The Hawthorns when the two sides last met, on the opening day of this season. thanks to Wildschut’s late winner.
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