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Wigan will go in search of their first win in five when they take on Norwich at the DW Stadium on Saturday.
The Latics’ have yet to win under the guidance of controversial new manager Malkay Mackay having drawn with Middlesbrough in his first game and losing to Sheffield Wednesday last time out.
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Wigan, currently second bottom of the league, two points from safety, are set to be boosted by the return of Shaun Moloney following illness. The Scottish star missed the loss to Wednesday last weekend but is expected to return to the starting eleven.
Mackay faces a big decision with Oman international Ali Al Habsi available again following a loan spell with Brighton.
The goalkeeper could replace Scott Carson although the likelihood is that the former Cardiff boss will continue with his current number one.
Andy Delort is also pushing for a role in the side after scoring for the Lactic’s development squad midweek.
The 23 year old former Ajaccio man has yet to feature under the new manager and has been linked with a return to France after struggling to make an impact.
Norwich meanwhile will have midfielder Bradley Johnson available again following suspension while Alex Tettey is also ready to play despite limping off in the latter stages of the defeat to Reading last weekend.
Defender Ryan Bennett, playmaker Wes Hoolahan and midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe are all back in training but won’t feature on Saturday.
Norwich meanwhile are in poor form. The Canaries have slipped to 11h in recent weeks after losing three of their last four. A 3-3 draw with Brighton has been the only points put on the board since a 2-1 win over Bolton in October.
Despite their poor form the Norfolk side are very much in contention for the play offs and sit just 5 points off 6th place Watford having played a game less.