Wigan Athletic will welcome Millwall to the DW Stadium this Saturday with the Lions looking for an immediate bounce back into the win column after falling short against Birmingham City in midweek that has blew open the top six race.
The 1-0 home loss to Birmingham keeps Millwall in fifth but it has now put them way adrift of Middlesbrough in fourth and they cannot now finish higher than fourth because of Luton Town's nine-point gap on them and greatly superior goals difference. The London side are above West Bromwich Albion in sixth by two points and the club have now lost 14 times in the Championship - this is the most inside the top six this campaign.
They have also let in 42 goals and scored 50 of their own from 43 games and will now have to win here in order to get themselves right back in the mixture because although Millwall sit fifth, everyone has games in hand around them.
As for Wigan, fans have seemingly expected their relegation after losing so many games in the past few weeks, but they do now come into this game off the back of beating Stoke City away from home thanks to a second half finish from Will Keane.
Shaun Maloney's side are now seven points behind Cardiff City in 21st and they will struggle to get out of the drop zone with Cardiff having two games in hand. In fact, Wigan must now win every game and hope that Reading and Blackpool don't do the same.
The win against Stoke also saw Wigan score for the first time in four games after losing four on the spin.
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