- Three Bluebirds have played on-loan at Bolton this season - Adam Le Fondre, Kevin McNaughton & Joe Mason
- Carling Cup hero Mason returned to the squad on Saturday, playing 25 minutes against Reading and could face his former side
- Adam Le Fondre though will be unavailable for selection against his parent club
- It's been eight games in all competitions since Wanderers have won away from the Macron
- Lennon's side though do edge the head-to-head record, 35 wins compared to Cardiff's 22 triumphs
- Bolton did defeat City back in November - the Bluebirds last win over Wanderers was a 1-0 F.A. Cup success in January 2014
MEN UNITED - THE BATTLE AGAINST PROSTATE CANCER
Following on from the news of our ‘Bluebirds on Tour’ ride to Amsterdam in support of Prostate Cancer UK [Details HERE], we’re delighted to welcome Men United to Cardiff City Stadium for the visit of Bolton Wanderers.
A team of volunteers will be with us, raising money for Prostate Cancer UK to help the fight against a disease that will affect one in eight men in their lifetime. And as well as giving generously, you yourself can get involved.
Men United is Prostate Cancer UK’s movement for everyone who believes men are worth fighting for.
By joining Men United, you’ll get more opportunities to do great stuff with your friends, from bike rides to pub quizzes to Iron Man challenges. Whatever you and your mates love to do, you can do it for Men United and help beat a disease that kills one man every hour in the UK.
Plus, you’ll find out about ways to make a difference on an even wider scale by uniting with men across the UK, like petitioning MPs or volunteering.
Whether it's big or small, signing a petition or running a marathon, doing it together is what really matters. What starts with a quick 'hello', a chat in the pub or a barbecue with mates can end with a nationwide movement of men – ready to fight for their friends, themselves and men everywhere.
Join Men United and help keep friendships alive.
For more on the campaign, make sure to pick up a copy of CF11 on Easter Monday