Manager Alex Neil has been able to name an unchanged side for the last three games and hopes to have no significant new issues this weekend.
He takes his side on the short trip across the M61 to the University of Bolton Stadium to face Phil Parkinson’s Bolton Wanderers in front of a sold out away end on Saturday.
Louis Moult and Callum Robinson (both hamstring) and Billy Bodin and Josh Harrop (both ACL) are the only players who are definitely unavailable through either injury or suspension.
One player who will probably miss out is January signing Connor Ripley. The goalkeeper injured an ankle in a behind closed doors reserve game on Tuesday and will have a scan to reveal the extent of the problem.
For the Trotters, they will hope to recall goalkeeper Ben Alnwick, who missed the last two games due to a back problem, with Remi Matthews having taken the role between the sticks in his absence.
They will also check on Mark Beevers, who also missed the trip to Sheffield United last weekend with an Achilles issue, although Marc Wilson was fit enough to make the bench after a dead leg.
Midfielders Joe Williams (thigh) and Pawel Olkowski (calf) and winger Yanic Wildschut (ankle) have also been sidelined in recent weeks and will all be checked as to their progress before the derby game.