After a great start to the season, Wigan welcome Cheltenham to the DW Stadium on Saturday, who are looking for another win that will aid their push for promotion. The Latics are in fine form in League One, winning four of their last five league games.
Leam Richardson’s side are unbeaten in their last six league fixtures, with their only defeat of the seven they’ve played coming in the away clash with fellow promotion hopefuls, Sunderland, in the opening game. It sees them sit at the top the table heading into the weekend’s round of fixtures and making them favourites against ninth-placed Cheltenham.
Will Keane scored the second goal in Wigan’s last league game – a 4-1 win away to Accrington. It puts the former Manchester United striker on four goals in seven appearances in League One so far, a tally that could be improved this weekend.