Exeter City goalkeeper Lewis Ward has said that despite Bolton's current league position the team is weary of the threats they pose ahead of Tuesday night's meeting at St James Park.
The match is the first between the two sides since 1993 and City will be looking to make up for lost time, as they are up to four matches behind teams above them in the league due to postponements.
Ahead of the match, City's No.1 Lewis Ward, who returned to action for the first time since October said that despite Bolton's league position the team is weary of the threats they pose.
"Hopefully we can be up to the challenge and deal with what they throw at us tomorrow night. said City's shot-stopper.
City will be playing their first league match since Boxing Day's 1-1 draw after having matches at Newport and Barrow postponed due to unplayable surfaces.
"It's unfortunate they got called off, but you've got to deal with it and we will have to play those on a Tuesday night coming up. Hopefully with Saturday out of the way we can dust the rust off and hit Tuesday night."
"We are in a strong position even though we are four games behind some teams, with those four games in hand it does put pressure on those teams around us."
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