Posted 2 years ago on Jan. 28, 2012, 7:48 a.m. EST by louveniatharrington
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Bolton will be spurred on by a feeling of injustice when they take to the field against Swansea in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
The Trotters put in their best performance of the season to beat Liverpool 3-1 in the Barclays Premier League last weekend but boss Owen Coyle was disappointed all the attention afterwards was on the struggles of their opponents.
Now the Scot is hoping they can carry that form into Saturday's clash against Brendan Rodgers' team, who came out on top when the sides met in the league in October.
Coyle said: "We didn't get the credit we were due for our performance because everyone seemed to be saying Liverpool didn't do well; well sometimes you're not allowed to do well because of the pressure the opposition puts on you and we showed great quality.
"Sometimes when you play the elite clubs you have to ride your luck but nothing could be further from the truth, from start to finish we dominated that game.
"We've got a big game on Saturday and if we win that then that would cap off a very good week. We've got a tough cup tie against a very good Swansea side but one we're looking forward.
"They're a team that can pass and move the ball with the very best. They've got some terrific players, Brendan is a terrific man and someone I've got a lot of time for but we'll be going all out to try to progress to the last 16.''
Bolton have had a torrid time since losing 5-0 to Stoke in the semi-finals of the FA Cup last season but there have been a few positive signs recently, not least an easing of their injury crisis, and the Liverpool win took them out of the bottom three.
Coyle played down the significance, saying: "We all realise there's a stigma involved in being in the bottom three but the important time to be out of the bottom three is after the last game of the season.
"We've won a game last week and it was a valuable three points but equally what we've got to do is make sure when we go back to the league that we continue to pick up points.
"Everybody looked at our fixtures going into the new year: Everton away, Manchester United away, Liverpool at home, and I've got no doubt, outside our football club, everybody thought Bolton Wanderers wouldn't take a point, but we've totally disproved that and taken six, and what we must do is kick on now.''
New signing Tim Ream has headed back to the States to sort out the last of his paperwork and is unlikely to be unavailable until next weekend but Jussi Jaaskelainen (thigh) and Tyrone Mears (broken leg) could be involved.
Premier League survival may be Swansea's priority this season but left-back Neil Taylor hopes they can complete a Welsh cup double and match Cardiff's feat by getting to Wembley.
Swansea's near-neighbours secured their place in the Carling Cup final with a dramatic 3-1 penalty shoot-out victory over Crystal Palace on Tuesday night and face a Wembley appointment with Liverpool next month.
Swansea, of course, tasted Wembley glory in May of last year as their play-off success over Reading, which Taylor missed through suspension, gained them promotion to the top flight, where they currently lie 13th after an impressive start.
The latest step on a potential route back to the famous stadium sees Rodgers' side travel to Bolton.
Taylor insists it is a competition Swansea are desperate to do well in, even if the league has to come first with Tuesday's meeting against Chelsea looming on the horizon.
"I want to play, to be part of the FA Cup run - all the boys want to be involved,'' he said. "Although we understand that changes may have to be made.
"We want to do really well, I think we showed that at Barnsley in the last round.
"It helps the confidence, it was another away win. It will certainly help going into Chelsea if we can get a positive result.
"We still love the FA Cup, the magic's still there.
"It would be great for us to get to Wembley again after Cardiff did it the other night.
"They have a tough game against Liverpool in the final but it's great for them, and great for Welsh football.''
Defender Alan Tate is included in the squad for the first time since breaking his leg in a golf buggy accident in August but Tottenham have asked for on-loan defender Steven Caulker to be left out to avoid the centre-half being cup-tied.
Josh McEachran, another on-loan player, is set to start as he will not be available for Tuesday's meeting with parent club Chelsea.