Freedman targets consecutive wins
Bolton Wanderers will be looking to win-back-to-back games for the first time since October when they travel to rock-bottom Peterborough United.
The Lancashire outfit have yet to hand Dougie Freedman that particular luxury since he took over the helm at the Reebok Stadium.
My expectations are to be climbing out of this division.Dougie Freedman
Freedman still believes his squad is strong enough to mount a late surge into the promotion reckoning in the New Year.
Striker David N'Gog will be hoping to start against Posh following his two late goals against Charlton last weekend which secured a priceless victory and moved the side up to 13th in the Championship table.
Freedman, however, isn't the slightest bit perturbed by his side being off the pace at present.
The Trotters chief insists: "My expectations are to be climbing out of this division. I think we have the talent in the squad. We have got a long way to go.
"I do feel in the last four or five games our performances have been good. The table doesn't interest me in December. It kind of does in the middle of February because I know we can then put the foot down and have a real good push."
The Trotters are 11/10 to win at London Road and are 10/1 to triumph by the only goal of the game, while they are 11/4 to keep a clean sheet.
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