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15 October 2015

Max Power is Saturday’s feature interview as Latics take on Colchester on what could be his 120th Football League appearance.

  • Max Power talks about his start to life at the DW Stadium.
  • Don Cowie discusses his ‘One to Eleven’ whilst it is Jordan Flores’ turn in ‘The Name Game’.
  • Gary Caldwell, Craig Morgan, Jonathan Jackson and Paul Rowley all provide their regular contributions.
Pick up your official matchday programme on Saturday afternoon as Latics take on Colchester United at the DW Stadium.

Packed with exclusive content and priced at just £3, the Wigan Athletic official matchday programme is the best place for the latest goings on at Latics.

Max Power discusses his popular goal celebration and his start to life as a Wigan Athletic player, and gives an insight into his past with Tranmere Rovers.

Craig Morgan discusses his equalising goal at Bury and the start to this campaign in ‘Captain Morgan’ whilst Gary Caldwell and Jonathan Jackson give their insightful updates from their respective positions in the DW Stadium.

Don Cowie names his ‘One to Eleven’ of players he has played with during his career - four of which have a Wigan Athletic connection - and Jordan Flores takes part in the Name Game.

We take a look back at the history between the two sides in ‘Got it Covered’, ‘Paul Rowley’s Rewind’ and ‘Latics Observatory’ whilst we also go in depth on our opposition as Colchester Gazette journalist Jonathan Waldron gives us the U’s perspective and ‘Don’t I Know You’ assesses where the paths of this weekend’s squads have crossed.

You’ll not find more in depth coverage of Latics v Colchester United anywhere else, so be sure to pick up your official matchday programme for just £3 from a seller outside the DW Stadium on matchday, or by [clicking here].

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