Wigan v Doncaster Odds : Live Streaming available as Coyle takes charge at DW Stadium for first home game

The sole Championship game comes from  the DW Stadium as we bring you the latest Wigan v Doncaster, PSV v AC Milan live streaming news from Bet365.

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Tonight its Wigan v Doncaster from the Championship, after three trips on the road Wigan finally gets to play in front of their home fans when they welcome Doncaster Rovers to the DW Stadium in a re-arranged fixture.

The joys of an opening day 4-0 thrashing of Barnsley have been consigned to memory as Owen Coyle’s side followed up an expected loss to Manchester United in the Charity Shield with a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Bournemouth last weekend.


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result leaves Wigan in mid-table but with a game in hand on their rivals. Doncaster meanwhile are also sitting on one victory after two games, an opening day defeat to Blackpool at home followed up by wins over Rochdale (Capital One Cup) and Blackburn last weekend.

Paul Dickov’s side will head into the full of confidence buoyed no doubt by the 2-0 win over Blackburn not to mention the news that the club is poised for a takeover with an Irish led consortium, Sequentia Capital ready to invest up to £40 million into the club.

On the field of play and Dickov welcomes back Dean Furman to the fold after he missed out against Blackburn. The South African returned late from International duty last weekend so was not considered.

Midfielders Harry Forrester and Marc De Val Fernandez miss out however as they continue their recovery from recent injuries.

Wigan meanwhile will be without Callum McManaman after he was sent off against Bournemouth just three minutes after coming on as a substitute. The 22 year old is now set to serve a three-match ban for his offence after the club decided not to appeal.

Lactic’s boss Owen Coyle could be set to make some changes to his side following the disappointing loss to Bournemouth. James McClean could start after coming on in the second half versus the Cherries while Chris McCann and Roger Espinoza are also pushing for starts.

Defenders Thomas Rogne (back), Gary Caldwell (hip) and Ivan Ramis (knee) are all out.

The last time these two clubs met was in 1997 when both teams were in the lower reaches of English football. On that occasion goals from Colin Cramb and Adie Mike gave Doncaster a 2-0 win.

This one kicks off at the DW Stadium at 19:45 GMT.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.