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22 September 2013

Latics are back in Championship action as the Tractor Boys visit the DW.

It's going to be an exciting afternoon at the DW Stadium today as Wigan Athletic return from Europa League action to continue their efforts in the Championship against Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town.

It will be Latics' first home game since the 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest at the end of August and you can still make it to the game with tickets available right up until kick off.

The main ticket office opens from 10am with the East Stand ticket office opening from midday, for more information on tickets for this fixture please [click here].

You can get right into the action before you even get to the game as we bring you Matchday Live from the DW Stadium, our completely free online preview show available by [clicking here]. The show starts at 11am so be sure to catch the pre-match chatter.

Don't forget to pick up a copy of the programme too, it's packed with lots of new content and features all available at just £3, for a quick look at what's inside [click here].

For just £1 you can also enter our Community Lottery draw with the chance to win a VIP tour of the Christopher Park training ground plus much, much more, you can find out more by [clicking here].

As usual we'll also have live match commentary from the stadium as Latics Player's Paul Chialton and Neill Rimmer take you through the game, available by [clicking here].

Following the game Latics Player will also bring you reaction from the manager and selected players as well as match highlights.

You can sign up to the service by [clicking here] at a great rate of less than 10p a day.   

For those of you unable to make the game or following Latics around the world you can join in and debate with fellow supporters as well as receiving detailed text updates by using our Cover it Live service below.

Don't forget to get involved with us on Twitter with @LaticsOfficial and Facebook too for news and features from the website.

Cover it Live

This is our in-match text commentary service and online centre for supporters to gather and debate the game.

So far the 2013/14 campaign has seen hundreds of supporters from around the world follow the game with this service, as fans from Spain, USA, Australia and many more come together to comment among themselves and pose their questions to our matchday host Nick Taylor who brings you team news and build-up.

Cover it Live is just another of our great services during the match and even if you're listening to the game on Latics Player, be sure to get involved here.

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