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Wigan Everton Team News Free Bets as Moyes looks to Jelavic to fire attack

Wigan v Everton 15:00 Sat
In a battle of mid-table against bottom-table, William Hill make 10th placed Everton favourites as the Toffees travel to 20th spot Wigan Athletic looking to stage an assault on the top half of the Premier League.

The Toffees recorded a surprise victory over Manchester City during midweek, pushing them up in the league standings and the result will certainly have had a positive effect on the morale of the team.

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David Moyes will be pleased to hand Nikica Jelavic his first appearance as an Everton player after the Croatian international completed a £5.5m deadline day switch from Rangers.

The 26 year-old will be hoping to bring an attacking bite to the Merseyside club who have been sorely lacking in the offensive this department, averaging just one goal per game both at home and away.

Wigan Athletic are yet to improve upon a miserable start to the 2011-12 campaign and Roberto Martinez seems unable to string together a series of god performances worthy of keeping the Latics in the Premier League.

The Lancashire club made just one signing in the January transfer window, recruiting Jean Beausejour from Championship side Birmingham City for a fee of around £2.5m.

The Chilean international won’t get Wigan out of their relegation troubles on his own but Martinez will be hoping that by hanging onto the likes of James McCarthy and Victor Moses for another six months, his side can move on from the January period and concentrate fully on their top flight survival hopes.

Wigan have lost their last five games in all competitions and are without a win in nine. Despite both side’s relatively low spending in the winter, it’s hard to look beyond an Everton victory at the DW Stadium on Saturday but Wigan’s luck may change with nothing to lose.

Victor Moses for another six months, his side can move on from the January period and concentrate fully on their top flight survival hopes.

Wigan have lost their last five games in all competitions and are without a win in nine. Despite both side’s relatively low spending in the winter, it’s hard to look beyond an Everton victory at the DW Stadium on Saturday but Wigan’s luck may change with nothing to lose.

 

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