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Accrington have acquired 40-year-old veteran goalkeeper Tony Warner and Wigan's Ryan Jennings in a double move ahead of Friday night's game with Newport.

James McClean completes a two-match suspension when Wigan host Bolton in a derby game at the DW Stadium.

Two goals from top scorer Troy Deeney made the difference as Watford went top of the Sky Bet Championship with a hard-fought 2-0 victory at Wigan.

Wigan have made their second loan signing of the day by agreeing to terms on a loan deal for Norwich's Josh Murphy.

Wigan's top scorer James McClean is suspended as they seek a first home win in seven months against Watford.

Wigan's top scorer James McClean is suspended as they seek a first home win in seven months against Watford.

Wigan have bolstered their attacking options with the acquisition of Liverpool's Jerome Sinclair on loan until the end of the season.

Rotherham defender Kirk Broadfoot has labelled Wigan midfielder James McLean a 'cheat' for his part in his side's opening goal of their 2-1 win on Saturday.

Rotherham hope to have Craig Morgan, Danny Ward and Paul Green back for their clash with Wigan.

New Wigan chairman David Sharpe has pledged his support to manager Malky Mackay despite his difficult start to life in the DW Stadium hot-seat.

Thomas Rogne has had his Wigan contract cancelled by mutual consent.

New chairman David Sharpe wants to bring the good times back to Wigan but says they can expect a fair few challenges along the way.

Wigan's mini-resurgence hit a roadblock as Alex Mowatt's goal tipped a tight Sky Bet Championship encounter the way of Leeds, who won 1-0 at the DW Stadium.

Manager Malky Mackay is optimistic on-loan Hull defender Harry Maguire will extend his stay with Wigan.

William Kvist has handed Wigan a boost ahead of Leeds' visit by returning from a hamstring injury.

Alex Neil had no excuses after watching his in-form Norwich side crash to a shock 1-0 home defeat at the hands of struggling Wigan.

Dave Whelan claimed his advancing years were the reason he left his post as Wigan chairman, as he passed the reins to his grandson.

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