Coyle to consider if game stays on

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Bolton will decide on Wednesday whether they will play Blackburn in the Premier League on Saturday.

Life has been on hold at the Reebok Stadium since Saturday, when Fabrice Muamba collapsed after suffering a cardiac arrest at Tottenham. Medical staff at the ground and at the London Chest Hospital took two hours to get Muamba's heart working again. The 23-year-old has made huge improvements since, and has been able to speak some words.

Manager Owen Coyle and members of Bolton's squad visited their team-mate on Tuesday, but with training planned for Wednesday, Press Association Sport understands Coyle will return north with his players and by the time he has assessed their mood, the Scot will be in a position to decide whether to confirm the fixture.

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