Millwall’s fixture with Bolton looks set to go ahead this Saturday.

Wanderers have replied to Bolton Council regarding safety concerns that had arisen when it was revealed that Greater Manchester Police were owed money and could boycott the policing of the match.

The Club have said the debts will clear on Wednesday meaning the Council will likely give the go-ahead for the fixture to take place.

Monies owed to club staff and matchday staff, including stewards who threatened to go on strike, are set to be paid their February wages on Thursday.

The news comes after Monday reports revealed staff had not been paid and that the training ground was closed as the club’s financial difficulties mounted.

The Club were issued with a winding-up petition by HM Revenue & Customs in February, but are keen to find a solution.

It has been rumoured that former Chelsea Chief Executive Peter Kenyon is looking to purchase the club.

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