Our countdown to #FixtureReleaseDay and the 2018-19 season continues, with three memorable moments against Swansea City.
- A closer look at previous meetings between Wigan Athletic and Swansea 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.
- A 6-1 win at Vetch Field, a five-goal battle at Springfield Park and an Andy Liddell double at the JJB Stadium.
Our countdown to #FixtureReleaseDay on Thursday 21 June continues, with our latest instalment of Three of a Kind focusing on previous clashes with Swansea City.
Swansea City 1 Wigan Athletic 6 - Saturday 6 April 1991
Jimmy Carberry, Gary Worthington (2), Phil Daley, Phil Jones and Bryan Griffiths all struck as Latics recorded one of their highest scoring victories, 6-1 against Swansea City.
Bryan Hamilton talks through the action above during terrible conditions at Swansea's former home Vetch Field.
The victory was one of five in the final games of the 1990-91 campaign.
Latics: Hughes, Worthington, Tankard, Atherton, Johnson, Langley, Jones, Carberry, Daley, Powell (Appleton), Griffiths (Nugent)
Wigan Athletic 3 Swansea City 2 - Saturday 25 January 1997
Leading goal scorer Graeme Jones twice gave Latics the lead at Springfield Park, but Latics had to rely on Ian Kilford for the crucial winner. Steve Torpey equalised in the second half after Jones' opener in the first, before a John Pender own goal pegged Swansea City level again following Jones' second on 56 minutes.
Luckily for Latics, Kilford provided the key moment two minutes after Torpey's leveller, sealing a fourth consecutive Third Division victory in an excellent start to the calendar year.
Latics: Butler, Morgan, Bishop, Sharp, Greenall, Johnson, Kilford, Martinez, G.Jones (Biggins 87), Lowe, Pender
Subs: Farnworth, Diaz
Swansea City: Freestone, S.Jones, Edwards, Clode, Penney, Walker, Thomas, Torpey, Coates, Molby (Ampadu 46), Brown
Wigan Athletic 2 Swansea City 0 - Saturday 6 January 2001
Andy Liddell grabbed a brace in a routine 2-0 victory over Swansea at the JJB Stadium, with Jason Smith sent off for the visitors.
Watch above as Liddell scored two trademark goals in January 2001.
Latics: Stillie, Balmer, Bradshaw, Ze Zeeuw, Green, Sheridan, Martinez, Kilford, Liddell, Haworth (N.Roberts 82), Ashcroft
Subs: Marriott, Griffiths, Padula, Nicholls
Swansea City: Freestone, Bound, Smith, Howard, S.Jones (S.Roberts 30), Romo (O'Leary 88), Cusack, Price, Savarese, Watkins (Jenkins 63), Casey
Subs: J.Jones, Lacey