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          Wigan vs. Exeter Betting Tip

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          Match Result

          Northampton Town

          Exeter City


          60%

          Nor

          20%

          draw

          60%

          Exe

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Northampton Town

          Exeter City


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          Nor

          40%

          combined

          80%

          Exe

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Northampton Town

          Exeter City


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          Nor

          30%

          combined

          60%

          Exe

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Wigan vs. Exeter Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Wigan Athletic face Exeter City in League One this weekend as 13th take on 14th.

          Wigan Athletic currently sit 13th in League One with thirteen wins, six draws and eleven losses from thirty wins this season.

          The Latics have been up and down in terms of form this season and even independent of their eight-point deduction coming into the campaign they've not been good enough to be a concrete playoff contender.

          They are, though, coming into this game in decent form having won three of their last four games in the league, the most recent of which was a 3-2 win away at now 4th-place Peterborough United.

          The win at Peterborough came via goals from Thelo Aasgaard (X2) and Josh Magennis which had them 3-0 up heading into stoppage time before the Posh pulled two goals back in added time against a ten-man Wigan side.

          Wigan's form on home soil has also been strong, where the Latics can boast a recent run of three wins at home in their last four league games.

          The Tics are likely too far shy of the playoff places to make a late run at a top-six finish but they can continue to lay the foundations for a successful promotion push next time around if they continue down the path they're currently on.

          A win here would be excellent for momentum and on balance it's probably a game they should take three points from.

          Exeter City currently sit 14th in League One with ten wins, six draws and fifteen losses from thirty-one games this season.

          The Grecians have had a pretty middling campaign on the whole and are likely nothing more than a mid-table team at best, but they are coming into this game in good shape following a good run of form.

          Their last four league games have seen them register three wins, the most recent of which was a 2-1 win over promotion-chasing Peterborough United.

          Peterborough led 1-0 from the 32nd minute onwards but a red card after 55 minutes saw the visitors reduced to ten men, and Exeter wholly capitalised on that numerical advantage with two late own goals securing the three points for the home side.

          Away from home Exter have struggled on the whole this season, but having won their last two away games on the trot they'll hope they've turned a corner in that regard and can be confident of extending that run here.

          These two sides have met twice already this season and Wigan ran out 2-0 winners on both occasions, and while Exeter are in decent shape it feels like it'll be hard for them to take three points from this one.

          For our Wigan vs Exeter prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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          Wigan Team News

          Matt Smith is unavailable through suspension while full-back Steven Sessegnon is injured and will miss out here.

          Scott Smith and Jason Kerr should both deputise in their two players' absence.

          Exeter Team News

          Exeter City are unlikely to make too many changes to their starting lineup following the 2-1 win over Peterborough United last time out.

          If changes are made, then Chelsea loanee Dion Rankine and/or defender Pierce Sweeney are the likely candidates to come in.

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