Bolton Wanderers take on Nottingham Forest tonight from the Reebok Stadium, as both teams play their third league game of the season.
Bolton were relegated last season, but will have high hopes of an immediate return to the Premier League.
Forest will also be looking to contend for promotion, having made a number of signings after being taken over by wealthy owners from Kuwait.
Bolton and Nottingham Forest have been competing against one another for 120 years and there is only one win between them. Bolton have won 31 and Forest 30 of the 82 competitive matches.
The Trotters are unbeaten in six league and cup games against Forest (W3, D3) since December 1995.
Forest’s only victory in 10 league trips to Bolton over 39 years, was a 1-0 top-flight triumph in November 1978.
The match will broadcast live on Sky Sports from 7.30pm; kick-off is at 7.45pm.