Wigan battled to a hard fought goaless draw against an attacking Doncaster side this afternoon and will be thankful for the shot stopping of O’Donnell and the prolificacy in front of goal of the Rovers strikers to ensure that they didn’t leave the pitch with another defeat.
Former loanee Leon Clarke’s two goals last night ultimately cost Wigan victory in an entertaining Capitol One cup match at the DW Stadium.
Match Report by Wildheart New Era Starts for Wigan, same as the old one as Armstrong double seals the win Latics made the trip done the M6 with new optimism and virtually a new squad accompanied by a large travelling support all enthused about the prospects of a league campaign much improved from last season’s […]
My aim as I set off on the Scottish leg of Latics’ preseason tour was to produce two mach reports, one per game very much in the mould of my normal match reports. However as the games unfolded with multiple changes, loanees and trialists, it became apparent that a road trip blog would probably reflect […]
Wigan brought the curtain down yesterday on a terrible season, a season devoid of goals, home wins and quality football, a season which Wigan went into as a promotion favourites and ended dropping t league one with barely a whimper Wigan made four changes to the starting line up, McKay starting for the first time partnering the also recalled Fortune in attack. The other […]
A narrow one nil defeat to play off chasing Wolverhampton Wanderers yesterday, left Wigan Athletic facing the real possibility of relegation by next Saturday. Latics were the dominant side in the game and could point to two key referring decisions in the second half which may ultimately cost them their Championship status. Wigan made one change to the side which secured a first home win […]
Tim Chow making his home debut showed great anticipation to find space in the penalty area yesterday and head home the opening goal coupled with a fine performance which went a long way to securing Wigan’s first home win in seven and a half months. Gary Caldwell made two changes to the starting eleven which lost […]
A bad tempered game which saw three players sent off, two from Wigan saw Millwall score two goals after the initial dismissal of Waghorn, a defeat which leaves Wigan on the cusp of relegation to league one.
Another home game, something that fills most Wigan fans with dread at present with a winless home run stretching back to August the 30th last year, a run that has been largely instrumental in Wigan finding themselves firmly ensconced in the bottom three.
Wigan made the trip to Teeside, hoping to maintain the away form which had seen them accrue four consecutive away wins, form which had kept them in with a shout of escaping the championship relegation places. Malky Mackay made one change to the team that performed so well agaisnt Bolton, replacing Fortune with the […]