PORT Vale travel to Bolton tomorrow with both teams enduring contrasting fortunes.

While Ian Evatt has turned things around at the UniBol thanks to five successive victories in a a near-perfect November, counterpart John Askey has suffered the complete opposite, losing all five league games played during the month.

But just three points and four places separate the two sides in the League Two table and should Vale return to Stoke-on-Trent with a victory, they will climb above their hosts.

And Askey insists his side are good enough to beat anyone on their day.

“We are more than capable of going on a run, we have proved it in the past,” he told the Stoke Sentinel. 

“Bolton have decent players and it was only a matter of time before they started to win games and be in the top half. You would expect them to be up there at the end of the season.

“But we are more than capable of beating anybody in the league if we are playing well. You just hope for the slice of luck we haven’t had in this last month. It is a very even league. We just have to concentrate on ourselves and hopefully we can get things right.”