WANDERERS will get the chance to end this turbulent week on a high note, after approval for tomorrow’s game to go ahead was confirmed.

The Safety Advisory Group (SAG) had issued a prohibition notice due to concerns the club could not guarantee the safety of supporters.

But it was announced yesterday the order has been lifted, meaning Wanderers – whose players ended their strike action after non-football staff received their wages – are free to host fellow strugglers Ipswich Town tomorrow and Middlesbrough on Tuesday night.

A statement from the SAG, a body which includes representatives of the emergency services and council members, said: “Safety and security have always been our primary concern and we are pleased that the club has been able to reassure us that they are able to host the game in a safe manner.”

Off-field staff salaries were finally issued yesterday and, while March payments are still outstanding to players and coaches, they have contacted the Professional Footballers’ Association for help and are turning their attention back to the relegation battle.

“We are happy that our actions have resulted in the non-playing staff being paid their March salaries,” said a statement released on behalf of the Whites playing squad issued to The Bolton News.

“Unfortunately, none of the players or management staff have been paid yet and we have now asked the PFA and Football League to deal with the situation on our behalf.

“We will now be focusing all of our attention on getting a result in Saturday’s huge game against Ipswich.”

The EFL also issued a statement yesterday, thanking the SAG after Wanderers proved they could meet their safety obligations.

“We are pleased that a resolution has been found and that the games will now take place as scheduled,” said the EFL’s chief executive, Shaun Harvey.

“I would like to thank the members of the Safety Advisory Group for helping bring this matter to a positive conclusion.”