The key facts and figures ahead of Latics' Sky Bet League One clash with Rotherham United.
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WIGAN ATHLETIC V ROTHERHAM UNITED
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
SATURDAY 14 APRIL 2018
KICK OFF 3.00PM
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Latics return to the DW Stadium having returned to top spot in Sky Bet League One on Tuesday evening following a thumping 4-1 victory over Rochdale, making it nine goals in four days after the 5-1 thrashing of MK Dons last Saturday.
Paul Cook's side sit top of the division on goal difference after Blackburn Rovers were held to a 0-0 draw with Gillingham, with Shrewsbury Town four points behind both of the top two after their own 0-0 draw on Thursday at Bradford City.
Rotherham United picked up a crucial victory towards cementing a place in the play-offs come the end of the season when they pipped Fleetwood Town to a 3-2 victory last weekend, with Paul Warne's side seven points clear of seventh place Portsmouth.
LAST FIVE IN LEAGUE ONE
Latics - WWLWW, 12 points, 15 scored, 3 conceded
Rotherham United – WLDLW, 10 points, 8 scored, 8 conceded
HOME AND AWAY
Latics at home – 12 wins, 6 draw, 2 defeats, 35 scored, 10 conceded
Rotherham United on the road – 8 wins, 3 draws, 9 defeats, 26 scored, 28 conceded
LEADING GOAL SCORERS IN LEAGUE ONE
Latics – Will Grigg 17, Nick Powell 15, Michael Jacobs 11
Rotherham United - Kieffer Moore 13, David Ball 8, Joe Newell 7
Will Grigg and Michael Jacobs both added goals on Tuesday at Rochdale.
League: Latics 15 wins, Rotherham United 7 wins, 5 draws
All competitions: Latics 17 wins, Rotherham United 10 wins, 5 draws
Latics have a fully fit squad to choose from, but will wait on news of Nick Powell's knock, with Paul Cook telling iFollow Latics:
"Nick's Nick, it wouldn't be a Friday without us all worrying about Nick would it? Powelly is having an outstanding season, not just in his general play, but in the goals scored. One of the most impressive things about Tuesday night was when we lost Nick, James Vaughan came off the bench, scored and we looked equally as threatening.
"What will be will be with Nick, the chances are that he'll be fit, but if he's not fit then we know we've got plenty of players champing at the bit to play."
The Millers arrive at the DW Stadium having played Ben Purrington for their last two matches in the absence of Joe Mattock due to a hamstring injury, whislt midfielder Darren Potter completed 60 minutes of a reserve match on Thursday afternoon as he stepped up his recovery from an Achilles problem.
Jamie Proctor remains Rotherham's longer term complaint, but other than that, the Millers are in good shape heading into Saturday's game.