Our countdown to #FixtureReleaseDay and the 2018-19 season continues, with three memorable moments against Norwich City.
- A closer look at previous meetings between Wigan Athletic and Norwich City.
- Latics prepare to learn when and where they'll face each Sky Bet Championship team as we count down to #FixtureReleaseDay on Thursday 21 June.
- Our first ever league meeting, Arouna Kone's rocket and Kim Bo-Kyung's winner on the road!
Our countdown to #FixtureReleaseDay on Thursday 21 June continues, with our 13th instalment of Three of a Kind focusing on previous clashes with Norwich City.
Wigan Athletic 1 Norwich City 1 - Saturday 4 October 2003
Andy Liddell struck his second goal of the season in our first ever league meeting with Norwich City in what turned out to be our 10th of a 14-game unbeaten streak in the club's debut campaign in the second tier of English football.
High-flying Latics recorded their third of four consecutive draws at the time, but Paul Jewell's men were making waves in the Championship regardless.
Liddell's opener in the first half was a well-taken finish at the back post, nestling the ball down on his thigh before driving the ball low beyond Rob Green, before Iwan Roberts grabbed the visitors a point with an equaliser for the Canaries in the second half.
Future Latics players Grant Holt and Damien Francis featured in the Norwich side, as did future manager Malky Mackay.
Latics: Filan, Eaden, Breckin, McMillan, Jackson, Dinning (Jarrett 68), Kennedy (Teale 73), Bullard, Ellington, Liddell, Horsfield
Subs: Walsh, Mitchell, N.Roberts
Norwich City: Green, Edworthy, Mackay, Drury, Fleming, Holt, Francis (Easton 45 (Henderson 89), Mulryne, McVeigh, Huckerby, I.Roberts
Subs: Lewis, Shackell, Rivers
Wigan Athletic 1 Norwich City 0 - Saturday 30 March 2013
Preparations for our first ever FA Cup semi-final were going swimmingly, and a third win from four in the Premier League courtesy of Arouna Kone's thumping winner nine minutes from time made the build-up to our clash with Millwall at Wembley Stadium even more exciting.
The 1-0 win against Norwich City turned out to be our penultimate Premier League victory, but at the time it provided back-to-back top flight wins and the hope of survival in 2012-13.
It was Kone's second winning goal in as many matches, having crucially netted in the 2-1 victory over Newcastle United at the DW Stadium 13 days earlier.
Latics: Robles, Alcaraz, Boyce, Figueroa, McCarthy, Maloney, Gomez, McManaman (McArthur 67), Beausejour, Scharner, Kone (Di Santo 89)
Subs: Al Habsi, Caldwell, Stam, Espinoza, Henriquez
Norwich City: Camp, Martin, Bassong, Turner, Garrido, Johnson, Snodgrass, Howson (Tettey 85), Hoolahan (Becchio 85), Bennett, Kamara (Holt 80)
Subs: Steer, Whittaker, Tierney, Fox
Norwich City 0 Wigan Athletic 1 - Wednesday 4 March 2015
In a tough time for Latics as they battled to survive in the Sky Bet Championship, South Korean international Kim Bo-Kyung gave us a glimmer of hope by securing our first ever victory away at Norwich City with a thumping volley eight minutes into the contest at Carrow Road.
Having won 3-1 away at Blackpool four days earlier, Latics made it back-to-back wins for the first time since August, with what was our third of four straight victories on the road.
The win was ultimately unable to contribute to us surviving the drop in 2014-15, but the goal itself was a cracker and makes our list!
Norwich City: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Olsson, Bassong, Johnson, Howson, Redmond (Morris 77), Dorrans (Andreu 88), Jerome, Hooper (Hoolahan 45)
Subs: Rudd, Cuellar, Garrido, Murphy
Latics: Carson, Maguire, Boyce, Bong, Perch, Pearc,e McClean, Pennant (Cowie 65), Kim Bo-Kyung, Clarke (McCann 84), Fortune (Waghorn 87)
Subs: Al Habsi, Taylor, Mckay, Ojo