BOLTON manager Ian Evatt expects to have an unchanged squad to choose from for tomorrow night’s trip to Scunthorpe United.

Wanderers made it three wins on the spin for the first time in a calendar year after beating Stevenage 2-1 on Saturday.

Alex Baptiste is the only question mark, after he required stitches to an eye wound.

But the defender will be monitored after Evatt explained he has responded well to treatment.

“Everyone came through Saturday fine,” said Evatt. “No knocks, no niggles.

“Alex Baptiste obviously had four or five stitches in an eye but that’s healing really well. Other than that we’re fine. All ready to go.”

And Evatt said the contrasting situation compared to earlier in the season when there was a queue for the treatment table made a welcome change.

“When everyone’s fit and available we have a decent, strong squad and I’m pleased with where we’re at,” he added.

“But first and foremost we have to make sure we keep them all in one piece and then the ones out of the team have to keep driving the standards of the ones in the team.”