Football - Bog back for Trotters

Bolton could welcome back goalkeeper Adam Bogdan when they travel to Ipswich in search of a sixth consecutive npower Championship win.

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Bogdan has missed Wanderers' last two matches with a groin injury but boss Dougie Freedman has revealed the Hungary international is back in training.

A place on the bench may have to suffice, as former Preston and Leeds keeper Andy Lonergan has impressed with back-to-back clean sheets in the 1-0 home victories over Blackburn and Brighton.

"We are very strong right now," said Freedman on Bolton's official website. "We have had a few days off to rest, there were a few tired muscles last weekend but we have rested well and there are no new injuries on the treatment table which is nice to see and we are raring to go on Saturday."

Keith Andrews (Achilles) and Tyrone Mears (blood infection) remain on the sidelines, while Mark Davies (knee) is a long-term absentee.

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