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We’re all set for a pulsating weekend in the Championship as playoff hopefuls Leicester and Wigan go head to head on Saturday with both sides looking to maintain their strong starts to the season.
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Owen Coyle’s new look Wigan side have lost just once so far this season and are currently unbeaten in their last three games.
Last time out, goals from Shaun Moloney and Jordi Gomez saw the club beat a previously undefeated Nottingham Forest side and Coyle will be hoping to keep the run going away to 5th place Leicester.
It’s been a summer of change at the DW Stadium with no fewer than 12 new arrivals with Ryan Shotton and Nick Powell the latest stars to arrive. The on-loan duo arrived from Stoke and Manchester United respectively and could make their debuts on Saturday.
Coyle also welcomes back Callum McManaman to his squad following suspension and the winger likened to a new signing by the former Bolton manager is likely to feature having used his three game ban to overcome a niggling ankle injury.
“If there was a positive to Callum’s suspension, at least the medical staff had the opportunity to get to the nuts and bolts of the injury he’s recovering from,” Coyle told the Evening Post.
“Bit by bit we’ve been building him back up to where we want him to be, and I know that Callum will have a huge impact on this season.
“What we have to do is make sure he’s physically able to have the impact we know he is capable of.
“We’ve missed him these last three matches, because in the short time he was on the field at Barnsley and at Bournemouth he looked very sharp and back to his best.
“To be able to bring him back in is, for me, just like signing a top, top player.”
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson meanwhile has no new injury worries to contend with ahead of the game although Martyn Waghorn is unavailable after he joined Millwall on a three-month loan deal.
Sean St Ledger once again misses out through injury while Matty James is suspended. The club’s International stars Wes Morgan, Andy King, Kasper Schmeichel and Chris Wood all returned unharmed from their national exploits and will be fit to play.
The Tigers have made an impressive opening start to the season drawing with Leeds and recording wins over Middlesbrough, Derby and Birmingham although their recent run of results came to an end last time out as they suffered their first defeat of the season losing 2-1 to Charlton.