With a trip to Fulham in the last 16 the prize of this encounter, Wigan and Bolton do have an incentive to qualify and try and put a run together, even if the home side, Wigan, are keeping one eye on a relegation fight.
Bolton arrive as slight 9/5 outsiders (Boylesports) and with just 1 win in 13 away attempts, including 6 defeats on the spin coming into this match, they do not inspire as a reliable choice.
The problem is neither do Wigan but recent improvements have seen them draw with Liverpool and beat Blackburn, as well as the draw at Bolton to set up this replay.
The draw is the stand out punt then; Skybet offering 5/2 about a stalemate. Another 0-0 is 9/1 (bet365), while 1-1 comes in at 6/1 with Blue Square. With both sides 10/1 at Paddy Power to win on penalties, it could be worth a small split stakes on either to do so.