Bolton head the Riverside for the first time under the guidance of Dougie Freedman as they search for their third straight consecutive win on Teesside. With no injury concerns and after an unbeaten week he’ll be buoyed by the fact they seem to be warming to the division. However, it’ll be no easy task on Teesside, Boro have secured three wins on the bounce after triumphs over Watford, Brighton and Hull. Tony Mowbray could be boosted by the return of Zemmama and Justin Hoyte after both recovering from hamstring injuries. It’ll be interesting to see who Mowbray starts up front. Will he go for Emnes and MIller, both encouraged by their goals week? Or will he return Scott Mcdonald to the starting lineup? Whoever he starts, its going to be a feisty encounter at the Riverside.