IT'S rare a Bury lad feels attracted to Bolton but in this case I can't but help be drawn to the Trotters' stomping ground with the added bonus of seeing our archrivals on the end of a home defeat.
Bolton v West Brom (8pm)
Fair to say Wanderers are having it tough this last couple of seasons and although they made the great escape last season after looking doomed they find themselves hovering perilously over the drop zone with the division's second worst goal difference of -22 and just a dire Ipswich outfit separating them from the foot of the table.
The Baggies on the other hand are looking hot and can match Sheffield Utd for a tied third spot with a victory tonight – their away form in particular is excellent and has played a massive part in their being the Championship's leading scorers with an impressive goal difference of plus 20.
Away from the Hawthorns, Darren Moore's side have hit 1-4-0-1-3-2-0-2-2-2-4-1 team goals in their last 12 consecutive away days, a pretty impressive tally that may well continue this evening against a Bolton side as West Brom look to avenge their shock 3-0 opening day defeat.
Three selections to consider in a match that sees West Brom trade their warm-weather training session in Dubai for the back-to-back cobbled streets of West Lancashire and a Flintstones-like community – let's hope it's more of an Abu Dhabi do than an Abu Dhabi don't.