The latest Wigan Ipswich live streaming news as the Latics are considered 10/11 favourites for Sunday’s clash with Ipswich despite having played in the Europa League on Thursday evening
It would’ve been a strange feeling for Wigan fans as they saw their side make their debut in European football in mid-week although The Latics will need to keep their wits about them against a wily Ipswich Town.
Wigan picked up a solid 0-0 draw on Thursday away against Belgian side Zulte Waregem but the FA Cup holders will need to do better in the league after winning just 2 of their first 6 games.
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Owen Coyle will be happy to see several of his first time players ready to appear after he had to make several changes for the midweek game.
It means that Ben Watson, Shaun Maloney and Leon Barnett will also likely return to the starting line-up during Sunday’s clash.
Alongside that, Marc-Antoine Fortune could also make an appearance having been left out of the last few squads by Coyle. This comes as the club are still without several big names such as Ivan Ramis and Ali Al-Habsi who are all on the injury list.
It’s been a much better start to the year for Ipswich who had been languishing in the relegation zone this time last year and The Tractor Boys currently sit 11th in the table.
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy is likely to stick with a similar squad to the one that beat Yeovil Town 2-1 on Tuesday evening.
This means that Irish midfield Daryl Murphy is likely to keep his place in the squad over Frank Nouble for the trip up to the DW Stadium.
There will also be a late fitness test for midfielder Paul Anderson who has been struggling with a groin injury that kept in out of Tuesday’s game.
However, Tyrone Mings will definitely be someone who won’t make the journey up to Lancashire as he failed to recover from a knee injury in time.
Sunday’s game will be a new experience for everyone at Wigan and they will need to be at their best to fend off an Ipswich side that has been growing in confidence in recent weeks.