For our Wigan vs. Norwich prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.
Wigan Athletic continue their attempt to climb out of the Championship relegation zone as they face Norwich City this weekend
Wigan Athletic currently sit 22nd seven wins, nine draws and fifteen losses from thirty-one games this season.
Wigan have had a fairly miserable few months in the Championship but after the departure of Kolo Toure as manager and the appointment of Shaun Maloney in his place things are finally starting to look up for Wigan.
Since Maloney's appointment Wigan are unbeaten in his three games in charge having drawn with Blackburn Rovers, beaten Huddersfield Town and most recently drawn with Bristol City.
The 1-1 draw at Bristol City was an excellent result given The Robins were amidst a great run of form and it further extends the good mood around the Wigan camp.
Norwich represent a tough task for The Latics but they'll feel more than confident heading into this game given their form and The Canaries aren't exactly impervious to a shock defeat.
Norwich City currently sit 9th in the Championship with thirteen wins, six draws and nine losses from thirty-one games this season.
The Canaries have been up and down this season in terms of both form and league position as they cannot seem to nail down the level of consistency required to be a frontrunner for promotion.
They enter this game having won three and lost two of their last five matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 3-1 win over Hull City.
The win over Hull was a commendable one, in fairness, as Hull were in decent form and it prevented Norwich from slumping to a three-match winless streak.
Norwich's away form is fairly decent coming into this encounter having won three of their last five league games on the road, so they can feel confident as they travel up north for this one.
Norwich could only manage a point against Wigan back in August as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Carrow Road, and they could be in for another highly competitive game here given Wigan's form.
Norwich need to start winning more consistently if they want to make the play-offs amongst a competitive field as they seem unable to capitalise on big opportunities. This is a game they should win but must also be wary of given it's a potential banana skin fixture.