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They might fly of course, Manchester-Eastleigh, but even then the whole journey will be time consuming. If they stay in the NW, I’m sure Dave Whelan can find somewhere to put them up for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights.
Whatever they do, it will interrupt their routine. Wigan have been fortunate to have had short – and successful – trips to Macclesfield and Stoke.
Wigan should be able to close the gap on Southampton this week. If Southampton lose 4-0 tonight and 2-0 on Saturday, they will be level with Wigan on points and goal difference. Southampton, however, would be one ahead on goals scored.