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In-form Blackburn will aim to keep in touch with the play-off places when they travel to the DW Stadium to face Wigan.
Wigan have made a slow start to life in the Championship winning three and drawing 2 of their 8 games so far and they will keen to avoid an European hangover after claiming an historic first win in the Europa league on Thursday with a 3-1 win over Maribor.
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The Latic’s look set to receive a boost ahead of the game with Grant Holt poised to return following a knee injury. The former Norwich star has not featured for the first team since August but is close to a return.
Should the game come too soon for Holt then on-loan Manchester United star Nick Powell, fresh from his two goals in the famous win over Maribor, will continue up-front.
The former Crewe midfielder became Wigan’s first ever scorer in Europe in Thursday and he has been tipped for the top by his manager Owen Coyle.
“He’s got so much to offer. I want it on a consistent basis, and I’m trying to demand that of him to help him progress his career.
“I’ve been fortunate to be able to do that before with a couple of very good players and I see Nick Powell in that category.
“I’ve no doubt when you see Jack Wilshere and Daniel Sturridge, the level they’re playing at, both England players, I truly believe that in time Nick Powell can attain that level.
“To do that he’s got to bring performances like this on a consistent basis and show that after his year’s loan, when he goes back to Manchester United, that he’s in a position to challenge for their first team.
“And if he is, given the level they play at, that would then push him towards the England limelight. He’s a bit off that yet but he’s certainly got the ingredients that we can help to move him forward.”
Coyle has a number of worries ahead of the game with Gary Caldwell (hip), Ivan Ramis (knee), Ali Al Habsi (shoulder), Shaun Maloney (back), Stephen Crainey (neck) and Marc-Antoine Fortune (hamstring) all out.
Blackburn meanwhile, have won two games on the trot and they will head into the game with no new injury or suspension problems following the 1-0 midweek win over Watford and is unlikely to make too many changes.
Winger Ben Marshall and midfielder Alan Judge are pushing for starting places are returning to the squad midweek while long term absentee’s David Dunn (knee), DJ Campbell (ankle) and Ruben Rochina (shoulder) remain sidelined.