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Wigan vs. Stevenage Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      Overview

      • (5') J. Magennis (PG)
      • (38') T. Aasgaard
      Football
      • (15') J. Reid
      • (66') C. Piergianni
      • (81') L. Thompson
      • (54') L. Shaw
      • (55') J. Jones
      • (68') J. Magennis
      • (94') S. Humphrys
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      • (55') F. Burns
      • (62') C. Piergianni
      • (82') N. Freeman
      • (83') J. Roberts
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          Match Result

          Wigan Athletic

          Bristol Rovers


          40%

          Wig

          20%

          draw

          40%

          Bri

          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

          Wigan Athletic

          Bristol Rovers


          80%

          Wig

          50%

          combined

          20%

          Bri

          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

          Wigan Athletic

          Bristol Rovers


          80%

          Wig

          50%

          combined

          20%

          Bri

          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. Stevenage Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Stevenage continue their League One playoff push this weekend as they face Wigan Athletic.

          Wigan Athletic currently sit 11th in League One with twelve wins, six draws and ten losses from twenty-eight games this season.

          The Latics are having a fairly decent campaign on the face of things but an eight-point deduction coming into the season placed a cap on what they're able to achieve.

          Their form has very much been up and down but they're coming into this one in good shape having gone unbeaten in their last five games, winning three of those.

          Their most recent game saw them claim a 1-0 win against Wycombe Wanderers thanks to a dramatic goal that arrived as late as you'll ever see, with Charlie Hughes finding the back of the net in the 20th minute of injury time.

          The win was hard-fought and wasn't pretty, but it gave Wigan a second win on the bounce which means they're entering this encounter in good shape.

          Their home form has been good too, with the Tics entering this one having won all of their last three games on home soil without conceding a single goal.

          Without their points deduction, Wigan would be seven points shy of the playoff places which while still short of what they would have wanted it would have looked more respectable than where they sit now.

          Ultimately, they're probably too far adrift to claim a top-six finish but all they can do is keep picking up points. This is a tough fixture for the Latics but it would be a statement win if they could manage it.

          Stevenage currently sit 7th in League One with thirteen wins, seven draws and six losses from twenty-six games this season.

          Despite having dropped off following their outstanding early season form, the Boro have had an excellent campaign in light of promotion from League Two last time out and are still strong contenders for the playoffs.

          Their form has been mixed of late as they come into this game having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 1-0 win over Shrewsbury Town.

          The win over Shrewsbury came thanks to a goal from Jamie Reid in the 84th minute, a welcome win following a run of just one win in their last four games so things are looking much better for them here.

          The Boro have already beaten Wigan 1-0 this season when the two sides met back in October, so while this is a tough one on paper they'll fancy themselves to get something out of the encounter.

          For our Wigan vs. Stevenage prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.

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          Wigan Team News

          Tom Pearce, Scott Smith and Martial Godo are all out with injury for the Tics while Callum Lang looks set to seal a transfer away from the club so won't be involved here for obvious reasons.

          The Tics won last time out but not in convincing fashion, so the likes of Josh Magennis and Callum McManaman could come into the starting XI for this one.

          Stevenage Team News

          Craig MacGillivray, Nesta Guiness-Walker and Vadaine Oliver have all arrived on loan to the club but none are likely to come immediately into the starting lineup.

          Nathan Thompson is also unavailable for the Boro through suspension so won't play a part in this one, so expect the starting XI to look similar to the one that started the 1-0 win over Shrewsbury last time out.

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