ANTONEE Robinson and Mark Little could be out of tonight’s clash with Reading – prompting a defensive reshuffle at Wanderers.

Centre-back Mark Beevers is already suspended but Phil Parkinson revealed yesterday that Little is suffering from a groin problem, and Everton loanee Robinson was sent for a scan on an ankle injury sustained against Preston.

That could leave David Wheater as the only fit member of the back four that played at Deepdale.

Reece Burke, Derik Osede, Dorian Dervite or Stephen Darby could come into play if Wanderers stick with a back four – but it is understood Parkinson is also considering switching systems.

“Beevs is out suspended and we’ve got a few injuries now,” Parkinson told The Bolton News. “It was a full-blooded game on Friday night at Preston, we picked up a couple of little things. I don’t think they will be serious.

Meanwhile, Ken Anderson has announced his will hold a special Q&A before tonight’s game in the Bolton Whites Hotel.

From 6pm the chairman will be taking fans’ questions at the Reflections restaurant.