Martinez focused only on Latics
It is business as usual for Wigan manager Roberto Martinez this weekend, despite knowing his side could secure survival this weekend.
The Latics are not in action until their Monday night trip to Blackburn, meaning they have a watching brief as their relegation rivals - Rovers apart - take to the field.
A stellar run of form has put Wigan in the driving seat to avoid the drop, though, and - should either Bolton or QPR lose their games tomorrow - Martinez's side will only need a point on Monday to make themselves safe.
But the Spaniard has become steeped in knowledge of how to survive in his three years at Wigan, and knows there is little point in him sitting in front of the television with his fingers crossed this weekend.
"We're working. We'll train at the same time as the games are going on," he said of his plans. "From our point of view we know that the next two games are vital for us. We can't look or rely on elsewhere because in football, when you rely on other results, nine out of 10 don't go your way.
"We understand what we have to do. We need to prepare for the game on Monday and make sure we are refreshed and ready for that. It's not a moment to look elsewhere - it's a moment to look into ourselves and get as many points as we can. When we finish the season, then we can start assessing how everything went."