Wigan winger Ryo Miyaichi remains sidelined for Tottenham trip
Friday 02 November 2012
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez expects to again be without winger Ryo Miyaichi for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League trip to Tottenham.
The Japan international has missed the last three games with a groin problem and, although Martinez has not yet ruled him out, it is highly unlikely he will be fit.
Also on the sidelines are defender Antolin Alcaraz and winger Albert Crusat, who are still out with groin and knee problems, respectively.
Provisional squad: Al Habsi, Pollitt, Caldwell, Ramis, Figueroa, Beausejour, Boyce, McCarthy, McArthur, Maloney, Kone, Boselli, Gomez, Watson, Jones, McManaman, Fyvie, Lopez, Mustoe, Golobart, Stam, Di Santo, Orsula.
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