Coyle boosted by key duo's return

Owen Coyle should have Kevin Davies and Mark Davies available for his first game in charge of Bolton against Arsenal at the Reebok on Sunday.

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Davies: Key man for Bolton

Davies: Key man for Bolton

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Both players are back in training after being laid low with a virus that has hit the club.

Bolton, unbeaten in four games, will again be without long-term injury absentees Joey O'Brien and Sean Davis.

Kick-off on Sunday is at 4pm.

Whites (from): Jaaskelainen, Steinsson, Cahill, Knight, Robinson, Cohen, Taylor, Gardner, Muamba, McCann, Lee, K Davies, Klasnic, Basham, A O'Brien, Al Habsi, Samuel, Elmander, M Davies, Ricketts.

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