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Wigan v West Ham match preview
This saturday's premiership clash with the hammers is vital for both clubs survival in he top flight. With Lee Mculloch set to return from injury and on the back of West Ham's hearing into acting unlawfully and witholding vital information regarding the Mascherano and Tevez signings.
Liverpool v Wigan Match Preview
Wigan travel to Anfield on the back of a 3-3 thriller against Tottenham at the JJB last Sunday. Moving the latics a point nearer premiership safety. Lee Mculloch is a doubt for the trip to liverpool after suffering severe bruising to his foot last time out.
Wigan Athletic v Tottenham Hotspurs Preview
Latics need to make the most of the visit of Tottenham Hotspurs to alleviate the hot, uncomfortable feeling of sweaty breath down our necks. Charlton’s recent form and Sheffield United’s win against West Ham yesterday have put the pressure upon Paul Jewell’s men.
Vote for your Miss Wigan Warriors
Who will be crowned Miss Wigan Warriors 2007? YOU can be the judge who, in conjunction with The Wigan Observer, decides which of our bevy of Warriors supporting beauties wins the coveted golden pie, a bottle of vimto and £2.50 worth of Primark vouchers.
Aston Villa v Wigan Athletic Preview
Latics manager Paul Jewell’s overworked brain has reached the conclusion: “We are in a dogfight,” after Saturday’s lacklustre home defeat against Bolton Wanderers at the JJB, and the battle continues at Aston Villa, where points are rarely easy to come by.
Jewell: The rugby ruin our pitch
Paul Jewell has expressed his concern over the fact that what many people consider to be a minority sport, rugby league, is due to be played on the Latics pitch less than 24 hours before their crunch Premier League derby against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.
Latics PODCAST episode 2. Surreal and Random.
Podcast Episode 2 is now up and running. Join Alan and Neil as they discuss the defeat at Charlton, the weeks speculation, the annual general meeting and are joined by Professor Stephen Hawking (the real one, obviously)
Haestad Leaves by Mutual Consent
Norweigan midfielder Kristofer Haestad leaves the club by mutual consent with immediate effect. It looks like Haestad just couldn't make the grade in the latics side and both club and player agree to cancel Haestad's loan contract.
Charlton v Wigan Athletic Preview
Leighton Baines, Lee McCulloch and Fitz Hall all return from suspension to bolster Wigan's squad. Caleb Folan is also fit for selection after a quick recovery from the ankle injury he picked up against Fulham.
Jewell denies another charge by FA
Paul Jewell today denied yet another charge by the FA relating to the Arsenal farce - sorry I mean game. Jewell has requested yet another hearing to explain himself over the same game he was charged with last month.
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