The Reds look to get back to winning ways in the league...
Date, time, and coverage
Saturday 14 January, 15:00 GMT kick-off. Follow live on ManUtd.com with text and radio commentary.
The champions slipped to shock defeats in the Barclays Premier League against Blackburn and Newcastle but bounced back in the FA Cup at Manchester City. After the Rovers defeat, it's important to turn Old Trafford into a fortress again and close the gap on Roberto Mancini's team at the top of the table. Bolton have a terrible home record but have won their last two games on the road in the Barclays Premier League, against Blackburn and Everton.
Ins and outs
Chris Smalling is back in the fold and Jonny Evans could be in contention to provide more options at the back in Nemanja Vidic's continued absence. Tom Cleverley, Michael Owen and Ashley Young are amongst those still sidelined while Dimitar Berbatov will hope for a recall after not being involved at Manchester City. Paul Scholes is, of course, also available again. Bolton rested a number of regulars for the FA Cup draw at Macclesfield while there is still a question mark over Jussi Jaaskelainen's participation as he attempts to overcome a thigh problem. Gary Cahill has still to complete his proposed move to Chelsea at the time of writing.
United won 5-0 at The Reebok Stadium in September with a devastating performance that included a hat-trick from Wayne Rooney. Javier Hernandez scored the other two goals and Phil Jones put in an exceptional display at full-back. The Trotters' last visit to M16 came in March towards the end of last season when Dimitar Berbatov's