Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk demanded more “tempo and urgency” despite recording his first home win since taking charge after Massimo Luongo scored the only goal of a 1-0 victory against Wigan.
Sheffield Wednesday’s Massimo Luongo marked his first league start for the club with the only goal in a 1-0 victory at home to Wigan.
Sheffield Wednesday are set to still be without captain Tom Lees for their Sky Bet Championship clash with Wigan at Hillsborough.
Pep Clotet refused to point the finger of blame at goalkeeper Lee Camp after his Birmingham side lost 1-0 at Wigan.
A late howler from goalkeeper Lee Camp proved costly as Wigan secured a nervy 1-0 victory against Birmingham.
Wigan boss Paul Cook could be boosted by the return of four players for the clash with Birmingham.
Scott Parker was relieved as Fulham ended a run of five games without a win with a 2-0 defeat of Wigan at Craven Cottage.
Tom Cairney’s superb long-range strike capped Fulham’s 2-0 home victory over Wigan which ended a run of five games in all competitions without a win for Scott Parker’s side.
Harry Arter could be given a start as Fulham look to extend their long unbeaten run against Wigan.
Lee Bowyer was furious after Charlton’s 2-0 Sky Bet Championship defeat at Wigan, labelling it “the worst we’ve played since I’ve been in charge”.
A brace from centre-back Chey Dunkley gave Wigan a thoroughly-deserved 2-0 Sky Bet Championship victory over Charlton at the DW Stadium.
Wigan boss Paul Cook has suffered more frustration on the injury front ahead of his side’s clash with Charlton.
Manager Paul Cook believes youngster Joe Gelhardt is a “very special player” after his goal earned Wigan a 2-2 draw at Hull.
Substitute Joe Gelhardt’s fine individual goal earned Wigan a 2-2 draw at Hull.
Hull’s deadline-day signing Callum Elder could make his debut for the club in their home game against Wigan.
Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel insists there was no malice in Ben Williams’ 90th-minute horror tackle that earned him a red card in the goalless draw at Wigan.
Championship strugglers Wigan and Barnsley played out a goalless draw at the DW Stadium in a game that will not live long in the memory for those in attendance.
Wigan forward Kieffer Moore will hope to recover in time from a knock to face Barnsley, who he left earlier this month to move to the DW Stadium.
Wigan boss Paul Cook was at his “wits’ end” with his players after the 3-1 defeat at QPR and admitted he faces the sack if results do not improve.
QPR came from behind to beat Wigan 3-1 and clinch their first home league win under boss Mark Warburton.