Wigan v Liverpool

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The appetizer before the glorious victory over Big Sams © outfit was the preverbal “game of two halves”

First half The Robins played with the wind on their backs and raced into a well-deserved 2-0 lead before the break.

They played controlled football and bossed their opponents from down the East Lancs and at the end of the first 45 minutes sanctuary at the bar was sought to warm up with a cheeky tinnie and a decent pie.

I doubt even the most loyal of the band of AFC Liverpool followers could have guessed, neigh expected for their side to plunder four without reply in the second half.

The yellow shirts were helped by some woeful mistakes by WRPFC but they did take every chance offered with glee and ran out easy winners.

This is a great way to start the football weekend but you get a small window to get into the DW in time for kick-off, however it is worth it with skill at a decent level with honest lads going about their business.

If you are not on the way to White Hart Lane this Saturday have a wander over to the Arena and watch the Wigan Saints derby game as St Helens Town are in town so to speak.

 

 

 

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