Manchester United are off to a flying start, scoring 13 goals in their last three games.
Anchored by England international Gary Cahill, Bolton will prove to be a difficult game for Manchester United.
Here are the six players to watch when Bolton welcome Manchester United to the Reebok Stadium September 10th at 12:30 EST.
Gary Cahill is definitely the player to watch for Bolton.
His aerial prescience, no nonsense approach to tackling, and his surprising pace make him one of the most sought after center backs in England. The fact that is he is English also adds to his value.
As promising as Cahill has been in recent weeks, it is yet to be seen whether or not he will be able to deal with the attacking threats of Manchester United.
With Rooney returning to his best, Cahill will have to raise his game to another level if he is going to stop Manchester United from running yet another route on their opponent.
This is the player who got Chelsea in such hot water for allegedly illegally inducing him to join them.
Although he has yet to really break out, the risk Chelsea took to sign Kakuta should serve as an indication as to how promising this player really is.
Game time is always going to be difficult for a young player to come by, especially at a club like Chelsea. Now at 20 years old, this is the year that people will expect Kakuta to begin to show some real progress.
Owen Coyle has a history of getting the best out of his players, and will likely give Kakuta plenty of games to prove himself.
His first test might come against Manchester United, and if Kakuta can hold his own against the Champions, than expect people to start taking some serious notice of the young Frenchman.
Now at his seventh club, former Manchester United player Chris Eagles will hope to find some consistency.
Brought in to replace Lee Chung-Yong, Eagles will be expected to deliver in the same way that Yong has. Yong was one of Bolton's top performers last year, and was linked with a possible move to Liverpool earlier this year.
Eagles will be expected to ease the loss of Yong, and having shown some promise in recent matches, will be expected to continue his form.
Eagles will likely be given a start against his former club, and will want to prove a point to his former employers.
Now in his fourth EPL game for Manchester United, fans will be expecting De Gea to have the type of game that justified Sir Alex's purchase of the young Spaniard.
Having been scored on nearly a quarter of all shots on goal, the United faithful are accustomed to far better statistics, especially considering some of the goals De Gea has let in.
De Gea must silence his critics against Bolton, or face even more media scrutiny.
With Danny Welbeck sustaining an injury in United's demolition of Arsenal, and Sir Alex still not very interested in Dimitar Berbatov, Javier Hernandez emerges as the first choice striker to partner Wayne Rooney up top.
Sir Alex will want to get Chicharito back into games so he can find his scoring touch. Having received backing by Rooney to quickly find his feet, Hernandez will want to prove himself, and prove a point to the manager.
With strikers Michael Owen, Mame Biram Diouf and Federico Macheda anxiously awaiting their chance, Hernandez will have to capitalize on any opportunity he is given.
It is difficult to decide between choosing to watch Wayne Rooney or Ashley Young. But in the end, If Young plays well, Rooney plays well.
Young has been in fine form as of lately, and it is no coincidence that Rooney is also discovering his touch.
The partnership these two have formed is shaping into one of the deadliest duos in the Premier League, and is bearing fruit internationally as well.
If Young and Rooney continue to link up like they have been, Bolton as well as many other EPL teams are going to have a hard time getting in the way of Championship number 20.