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13 April 2019

Latics host league leaders Norwich City at the DW Stadium on Sunday.

  • Sky Bet Championship: Wigan Athletic v Norwich City.
  • Latics host the Canaries, aiming to continue the season's positive home form.
  • Norwich arrive at the DW Stadium as league leaders.

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Latics arrive back at the DW Stadium aiming to continue their impressive home form and bounce back from Wednesday's late defeat on the road at Hull City.

Paul Cook's men go into the game 21st in the Sky Bet Championship table, one point above Rotherham United in the relegation zone after their 2-2 draw away at Stoke City.

At the other end, Norwich lead the division above second place Leeds United and are six points ahead of third place Sheffield United who were held to a 1-1 draw by Millwall on Saturday afternoon.



Referee - James Linington
Assistant Referee 1 - Steven Meredith
Assistant Referee 2 - Shaun Hudson
Fourth Official - Peter Bankes



Speaking to iFollow Latics at the Wigan Athletic Training Centre on Friday morning, Latics boss Paul Cook gave an update on the status of Nick Powell's availability after Tuesday night's goal scorer was withdrawn at half time as a precaution.

"We're not worried about Powelly at the minute, it was precautionary for sure.

"In terms of the games now, it's no different to any other team, if you were to lose a player at this stage of the season now, the likelihood is you lose them for the rest of the season.

"For the position we're in, losing our better players and Powelly is one of those better players for sure, is not something we want or need."

Former Canary Anthony Pilkington missed Tuesday's visit to Hull City due to an injury picked up towards the end of last Saturday's 2-2 draw at Bristol City, whilst Gary Roberts and Callum McManaman remain doubtful for Sunday, with Michael Jacobs unavailable for the remainder of the campaign.


Daniel Farke has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the Canaries' visit to the DW Stadium.

The Norwich boss said he isn't concerned about the slight knock Marco Stiepermann picked up during the week against Reading.

Speaking to, Farke said:

"We will have a calmed down day tomorrow. Some players need some treatment to recover.

"We don't want to overload the players. On Saturday we will train for the last time and travel to Wigan and be prepared for the early kick-off on Sunday."





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Match Reports


14 April 2019

Latics held by Sky Bet Championship leaders Norwich City at the DW Stadium.

  • Match Report: Wigan Athletic 1 – 1 Norwich City
  • Latics held by Sky Bet Championship leaders Norwich City at the DW Stadium
  • Reece James penalty gave Latics the lead before Teemu Pukki levelled late on for the visitors

James (pen) 44

Pukki 80

Attendance: 15,655 (5,280 away)

Wigan Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw by Sky Bet Championship leaders Norwich City at the DW Stadium on Sunday afternoon, with late drama almost seeing Paul Cook’s side grab all three points.

Reece James put Latics in front from the penalty spot but Teemu Pukki scored late on to edge the Canaries closer to the Premier League and keep Cook’s side in the fight to stay in the division come May.

Leon Clarke headed in late on for Latics but the goal was ruled out in a tight offside call.

Latics made four changes to their starting XI from Wednesday's 2-1 defeat to Hull City, with Lee Evans, Gavin Massey, Kal Naismith and Clarke all coming in for Darron Gibson, Josh Windass, Nick Powell and Joe Garner.

Anthony Pilkington, Michael Jacobs, Gary Roberts and Callum McManaman remain sidelined through injury.

Latics started well and pressed with good energy, earning the first big chance when Massey was played in on the right by Evans after good play by Clarke. The winger, however, fired wide when looking to find Tim Krul’s bottom right hand corner.

Samy Morsy shot wide from 25 yards and Clarke headed over at the back post from a James delivery as Latics battled for the opener.

They thought they had it on 38 minutes when an Antonee Robinson cross found Evans and the Wales international’s header was smartly saved by Krul.

However, Latics did take the lead on the stroke of half-time as Morsy’s shot was blocked by the hand of Ben Godfrey, with referee James Linington pointing to the stop. James stepped up and dispatched the penalty with unbelievable confidence in a high pressure moment.

After the restart, the league leaders offered more three immediately as Onel Hernandez was denied by Christian Walton at his near post.

Moments later, though, James nearly got his and Latics’ second as he drove towards goal and fired just over from 25 yards.

Walton saved from Pukki again on the hour mark and from the resulting corner Godfrey headed over as the visitors upped their pursuit of a result to aid their bid for promotion to the Premier League.

Latics had a great chance for a second after Naismith’s excellent run presented the opportunity to plan in Clarke, who stayed composed but was thwarted by an excellent Krul save.

James hit a free-kick just over and Robinson fired wide on his weaker right foot as Latics looked the more likely to score the next goal.

However, ten minutes from time Norwich countered and Pukki finished excellently on the left of the penalty area to give the Canaries an equaliser.

Latics thought they’d won it late on as Clarke headed in a James free-kick in stoppage time but the goal was ruled out for offside.

At the other end, Stiepermann could have won it for Norwich but his effort was saved by Walton in a nervy finish.

Latics: Walton, Byrne, Dunkley, Fox (Olsson 88), Robinson, James, Morsy (Capt), L.Evans, Massey (Windass 71), Naismith (Powell 71), Clarke
Subs: O.Evans, Gibson, Kipre, Olsson, Garner

Norwich City: Krul, Zimmermann (Capt), Lewis (Leitner 75), Stiepermann, Trybull (Vrancic 75), Pukki, McLean, Hernandez, Cantwell (Rhodes 75), Aarons.
Subs: McGovern, Klose, Hanley, Srbeny

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Ticket News


13 April 2019

Get down to the DW Stadium this Sunday and back Latics against the league leaders!

  • Special ticket offer for Sunday's clash with Norwich City.
  • Latics face the Canaries on Sunday 14 April (12.00pm KO).
  • Adult and Over 65 tickets just £15! Under 18s FREE!

It's going to be a big afternoon at the DW Stadium this Sunday lunch time when Latics host Sky Bet Championship leaders Norwich City!

With five games remaining and both teams battling to keep their aims on track, we have slashed ticket admission prices in order to get Paul Cook and the players the best possible support as they look to continue their impressive record at the DW Stadium over the last 18 months.

Adult tickets are just £15 whilst all under-18s go FREE!

Executive Chairman Darren Royle said:

“We are reaching the final stages of the Sky Bet Championship season and each game is taking on added importance for every club.

“Our home form has been outstanding this season but there is no doubt Norwich City will provide us with a massive challenge.

“We are keen to engage more with the next generation of Wigan Athletic supporters and, after the success of the offer against Ipswich Town last month, we hope further numbers will back the boys against Norwich City, especially with reduced adult admission too.”


  • Online – click here
  • Phone – 01942 311111
  • In Person – DW Stadium Ticket Office
  • On the Day - Cash on the East and South Stands, tickets for the West Stand need to be purchased from the Ticket Office.
  • U18s On the Day - Tickets must be collected from the DW Stadium Ticket Office and valid ID must be produced.

Who can take up the free ticket offer?

  • Under 18s.
  • Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.
How do I claim my ticket?
  • Give the DW Stadium Ticket Office a call on 01942 311111.
  • Visit the DW Stadium Ticket Office in person to collect your tickets!

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