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Plymouth Argyle v Wigan Athletic - the build up

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Apr 3, 2013
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The countdown to Wigan

Another large crowd is expected so remember to allow plenty of time to go through the extra security checks at the turnstiles.



Fan information for the game ... club website.




The game is a dedicated Rainbow Laces fixture ... club website.

Match preview ... club website.

Wigan defender Curtis Tilt looks ahead to the game ... Wigan Today.

Tilt won the League One Goal of the Month ... WA club website.


Ryan Lowe's pre-match press conference ... Argyle TV.

Defender Dan Scarr looks ahead to the game ... Argyle TV.

The Greens have played Wigan at Home Park just 11 times, winning five games, losing five and drawing one.
Wigan have won each game on their last four visits, stretching back to 2002.

According to Sky Bet Argyle are at 7/4 to win, a Wigan win is priced at 7/5 and the draw is ranked at 23/10.



Experienced official Andy Woolmer is the man in the middle. Now in his 18th season as an EFL ref he has so far this season issued 54 yellow cards and no reds in 16 games and officiated in Argyle's recent 2-2 draw away to Lincoln City last month.
He will be assisted on Saturday by Mark Russell and Mark Pottage while the fourth official is Sam Allison.

They played for both
Gary Teale, Andy Kellett, Scott Sinclair, Scott Wootton, Aaron Taylor-Sinclair, Christian Walton, Mickey Quinn. Any more?

Wigan recent form
23/11/21: Cambridge 2 - 2 Wigan.
16/11/21: Solihull M 1 – 2 Wigan, FA Cup.
10/11/21: Wigan 2 – 0 Shrewsbury, EFL Trophy.
06/11/21: Wigan 0 – 0 Solihull M, FA Cup.
02/11/21: Fleetwood 2 – 3 Wigan.
30/10/21: Wigan 2 - 0 Burton.

Wigan stats analysis

Attacking down the wings.
Coming back from losing positions.
Finishing scoring chances.
Aerial duels.
Defending set pieces.
No significant weaknesses.
Style of play
Attacking down the right.
Short passes.
Possession football.
Consistent first eleven.
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Sep 16, 2009
I've been looking forward to this match for a long time as I'm travelling down from Portsmouth with my grandson for his first Argyle match. Can't wait.
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Dec 13, 2005
Let’s hope another bumper crowd can make some noise. Thought it was very flat last night apart from a couple of occasions but then again Wycombe drain the very nub of your soul. Only 60 tickets left at the moment unless they release more in the Mayflower Upper as they did against Ipswich.