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9 August 2014

Latics are back! Don't miss a kick with live coverage against Reading from the DW Stadium.

  • Listen to Latics live on Player.
  • Follow minute-by-minute updates on Latics Wall.
  • Get involved across our social media.

It's been a long three months, ut we're finally back at the DW Stadium as Wigan Athletic host Reading in the opening game of the 2014/15 Sky Bet Championship season!

There's no doubt the best way to watch Latics is at the DW Stadium today at 3.00pm, with tickets on sale from the ticket office right up until kick off, from just £20 for adults.

If you can't make it to the game though, we've got everything covered on the website.

Latics Player gets you closest to the game with uninterrupted live match commentary from kick off, as Ashley Houghton and former Latics captain Neill Rimmer broadcast from the ground.

Sign up to Player now by [clicking here], if you choose the annual option you will receive one month free! - As well as live commentary from every Latics first team game, we'll bring you extended highlights, Under 18s and Development Squad highlights and the latest interviews and features from inside the club.


Want to follow today's match on the move but still keep involved with all of the debate surrounding the 90 minutes? Join us on Latics Wall from 2.30pm as we provide interactive, minute-by-minute text commentary and debate straight to your desktop, mobile or tablet absolutely free!

Join in with our pre-match and post-match opinion polls including predictions and Man of the Match.

[Click here] to head over to Latics Wall.


On Twitter with @LaticsOfficial we provide regular updates, plus goals and major incidents and you can also get involved on Facebook and Instagram as our online presence continues to expand.

Before and after each game you can also have your Tweets showcased on Latics Wall, simply by including @LaticsOfficial, as we continue last season's feature Latics Wall 32.


Get ready for the game with more content from below.

Uwe Rosler
James Perch
The new look matchday programme
Boycey at Believe Square

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