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Wigan Athletic 1-1 Peterborough United

Teams are going to see us as a scalp to be had and we need to be able to step up our game and perform. Unfortunately for a combination of reasons we weren’t quite able to do that against Peterborough yesterday and in the end the points went both ways.

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Match Preview: Wigan Athletic vs Peterborough

The Posh look to be in freefall at the moment having lost five games in a row. That makes them a dangerous team to play right now, will their poor form continue or will they spring into life. It is hard to tell just what they will do.


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Millwall 0-0 Wigan Athletic

This for me was going to be the toughest test of our credentials that we would have for a while. The team stood up to them and came away with a very hard fought point, a point which could prove the difference come the end of the season.

Wigan Athletic 0-0 Oldham Athletic

A stalemate at the DW Stadium as the realization of how tough this league can be came crashing down on the Wigan faithful. Yet a hard and well earnt point for the men of Oldham.

Wigan Athletic vs Sheffield United

It has felt a life time since the last ball was kicked by a Wigan player, yet it was only five days ago. Since out 3-2 win over Gillingham we have strengthened our squad and can now look ahead to tonight’s home clash with Sheffield United.

Wigan Athletic 3-2 Gillingham FC

I am not quite sure how we managed it but last night we managed to bag three very important points and what a way to win the game it was!

Match Report: Scunthorpe United 1-1 Wigan Athletic

Another way game for the festive period and out first of 2016, would the game bring all we wished it could have? That is up for debate as Wigan created chance after chance only to see them fail to go into the back of the net.

Match Report: Fleetwood Town 1-3 Wigan Athletic

The last game of 2015 and after mixed form of the past month of so Wigan Athletic are looking to get back on track. With the Boxing Day game postponed Wigan were fresher going into this game and Gary Caldwell was looking for a response.

Wigan Athletic vs Shrewsbury Town

Wigan will look to keep the momentum going with this weekend’s home tie as we take on a Shrewsbury side struggling to find some form.

Rochdale 0-2 Wigan Athletic

Last weekend’s game against Rochdale was a chance to make it ten unbeaten games in the League. Following an up and down week previously you wondered just who Gary Caldwell would pick to be in his starting 11.

A Tale of Two Ties

One week and two cup games. The team progressing in one competition and in the other we failed miserably as we crashed out. The surprising thing was the variety in our performances from one game to another.

Bury FC vs Wigan Athletic

The third meeting of these teams this season and already Bury have the advantage having beat Wigan Athletic in the League Cup earlier in the season. Hopefully Wigan can change that in this game and get revenge for that defeat.

Wigan Athletic 1-0 Swindon Town

Keeping the moment up is key if we want to challenge at the top of table. With the teams around us playing each other and us playing a team down at the bottom.

Bradford City 1-1 Wigan Athletic

Three games in a week and Wigan come away with seven points having scored nine and conceded only three. Not a bad return really and shows the jumps in performances that the team is making right now.

Bradford City vs Wigan Athletic

Two back to back wins and unbeaten in seven, can the club keep it up against an improving Bradford team away at Valley Parade. The optimist in me says that the team in its current form could do anything, however this is Wigan Athletic.

Peterborough United 2-3 Wigan Athletic

After the emphatic weekend win the fans and team were very much expectant to keep the form going. Gary Caldwell made no changes going into the game, the team looked ready and raring. Question was could they supply the end product.

Wigan Athletic 5-0 Colchester United

Yes you did read the title right, Wigan Athletic managed to bag five goals at the weekend in what you can only hope will be a kick start to the season.

Crewe Alexander vs Wigan Athletic

The second of three knock out cup competitions we are in this year, and this one is our best chance of winning anything. Ahead of the game Gary Caldwell has said he won't make drastic changes. I am kind of hoping he does.

Wigan Athletic 0-0 Walsall FC

Back to back home games and only two points to show for it. Not what we were hoping for, but in the end we were lucky to come away with a point against a very well drilled Walsall side looking to reach the summit of League One.

Wigan Athletic vs Walsall FC

Our home form so far is the only thing keeping us in a reasonable position at the moment. In recent weeks injuries and suspensions have not aided the teams need for continuity. So with some players returning this week, other players still remain side-lined.

Oldham vs Wigan

Another home win last weekend kept Wigan in sight of the top. Yet it isn’t our home form we need to worry about, with having won only one game away from home this season; that is why we aren’t at the very top.

Wigan Athletic 2-1 Fleetwood Town

Another away day disappointment last weekend against Port Vale and with injuries and suspensions the club is starting to look thin in certain positions. The weekend’s home game against Fleetwood would therefore turn into a test of our depth

Port Vale 3-2 Wigan Athletic

After the heroics last weekend I think we all believed that the season would start here. How wrong could we be? 90 minutes where yet again we looked good in patches, but not good enough. One good thing, we keep scoring goals!

Chesterfield FC 2-3 Wigan Athletic

Wigan away form this season has been, well non existent. The players needed to put that right and they did so in spectacular fashion against one of League One's top performers last season.

Chesterfield FC vs Wigan Athletic

The windows slammed shut on Tuesday night and now everyone can get down to business and do what they are meant to do and play football.

Wigan Athletic 1-0 Crewe Alexander

Wigan maintained their unbeaten home record and showed that even when they don't play brilliantly they can grind out the win.

Wigan Athletic vs Crewe Alexandra

With August and the end of the transfer window slowly creeping up on us, Gary Caldwell and his team need to start pulling themselves into shape for what is going to be a long slog of a season.

Match Preview: Coventry City vs Wigan Athletic

The 2015 football season is finally upon us!

Brentford 3-0 Wigan Athletic

The final game of the season with nothing to play for, there were changes in the team. That wouldn't allow us to avoid defeat though.

Survival Chances Gone?

An impressive team performance, which saw us lacking that finishing touch in front of goal. Unfortunately our safety is now out of our own hands, and we have to hope for other to now slip up.

Match Preview: Wigan Athletic vs Wolverhampton

Two games to go and the fight for survival is back on with the points deduction from Rotherham United, we are only two points away from safety. Time to step up boys.

Mauled at the Den

Our survival chances came crashing down on Tuesday night, the next three games are still important; that is if we can win them. Gary Caldwell though has three games to test his squad and just see who he should be keeping on.