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Hiwula set for Wigan debut against Crewe

Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
Crewe AlexandraCrewe Alexandra
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Jordy Hiwula is in line for his Wigan debut against Crewe after joining on a season-long loan this week.

The 20-year-old forward moved to the DW Stadium from Huddersfield, with wantaway midfielder Emyr Huws making the move in the opposite direction having told Latics boss Gary Caldwell he had no intention of playing in the third tier.

Veteran full-back Kevin McNaughton is facing a few weeks out with an injury related to his hamstring while Will Grigg will make his final appearance before linking up...

Dack at the double for Gills

GillinghamGillingham
Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
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Gillingham returned to the top of Sky Bet League One after Bradley Dack's third and fourth league goals this season earned them a 2-0 victory against Wigan.

Dack neatly slotted home past Richard O'Donnell on 37 minutes following good play by on-loan Chelsea midfielder Jordan Houghton and Rory Donnelly.

The Gills, who have now won three of their four league games this season, came close to doubling their lead when Luke Norris's 20-yard strike rebounded off the post, while only a last-ditch tackle from...

Wigan up and running

Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
Scunthorpe UnitedScunthorpe United
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Wigan got their season up and running with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Scunthorpe at the DW Stadium.

Having failed to win any of their first three fixtures, Latics showed why they are so hotly tipped for promotion with Will Grigg converting an early penalty and Donervon Daniels and Craig Davies opening their accounts for the club.

They got off to the perfect start in the third minute when neither David Mirfin or Jack King took charge at the back and the latter pulled Grigg down by the shirt, with...

Stalemate at the DW

Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
Doncaster RoversDoncaster Rovers
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Wigan and Doncaster played out an entertaining goalless draw at the DW Stadium.

Doncaster started the brighter and could have been ahead in the second minute.

Andy Williams played the ball back intelligently to Harry Forrester, whose shot flew inches past the far post.

Wigan almost scored with their first real opportunity, too, with Chris McCann winning a free-kick on the edge of the Rovers area. Michael Jacobs lined up the set-piece, which flicked the bar on its way over the top.

The visitors were enjoying...

Clarke sinks Wigan

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BuryBury
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Leon Clarke scored both goals against his old club as Bury recorded a 2-1 victory over Wigan in the Capital One Cup.

The striker spent a hugely-unsuccessful loan spell at the DW Stadium in the second half of last term, mustering only a solitary goal during his time.

However, he doubled that tally inside 90 minutes to first of all drag the Shakers back on level terms, and then win it at the death to send them into round two.

The Latics had started the stronger and Jordan Flores almost opened the scoring...