Match preview: Wigan v Liverpool - Premier League
A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at the DW stadium
Saturday 02 March 2013
Brendan Rogers takes his Liverpool team to Wigan following a 5–0 thrashing of his former side Swansea.
Despite their Europa League exit to Zent St Petersburg, Rogers will have taken plenty of positives going into this clash.
Wigan also come into the game on the back of a win and clean sheet – against fellow strugglers Reading – but hover above the drop zone, with only goal difference keeping them out of the bottom three.
KICK-OFF: Saturday, 5.30pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS...
Liverpool 3 (Suarez 2, Enrique) Wigan 0, Premier League, November 2012
Liverpool 1 (Suarez) Wigan 2 (Maloney, Caldwell), Premier League, March 2012
Wigan 0Liverpool 0, Premier League, December 2011
Wigan have conceded in all 13 of their Premier League home games this season.
Liverpool have won just one of their last six games against Wigan.
Only one of Wigan’s goals this season has been scored by an Englishman (Ben Watson).
Ali Al-Habsi has made more errors than any other goalkeeper (6), with Reina second (4).
Liverpool have drawn six away games this season – more than any other side.
Wigan to win: 4.6
Liverpool to win: 1.86
TV: Live on ESPN at 5.30pm, highlights on BBC1 at 10.25pm
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