Phelan favourite for Wigan job
Holloway the other strong candidate
Published : 03/12/13 07:28 AM
Unbeaten Wigan 249/1 for Europa League
Spurs remain favourites after win in Russia
Published : 04/10/13 07:13 AM
Martinez 9/1 for August manager of the month
11/4 to leave Goodison Park before end of season.
Published : 05/06/13 14:40 PM
Martinez 13/8 for Everton job after Wigan's relegation
Arsenal 4/11 to claim fourth spot ahead of Spurs.
Published : 15/05/13 09:50 AM
Wigan odds-on for FA Cup relegation double
Latics now 1/40 for relegation.
Published : 13/05/13 12:32 PM
Martinez favourite to replace Moyes
Wigan boss odds-on for Everton post.
Published : 09/05/13 09:14 AM
Wigan's relegation odds slashed
Latics survival hopes on the drift.
Published : 22/04/13 09:17 AM
Stoke cut in relegation scrap
Potters on the slide as threat of relegation looms.
Published : 15/04/13 09:51 AM
German firm favourites for goal line technology contract
GoalControl favourties for Premier League deal.
Published : 09/04/13 13:28 PM
Wigan 8/1 for cup glory and relegation misery
Latics cut to 5/1 for FA Cup following favourable draw.
Published : 11/03/13 10:44 AM
Manager: Warren Joyce
Full Name: Wigan Athletic Football Club
Nickname: The Latics
Stadium: DW Stadium
Chairman: David Sharpe
Owner: Dave Whelan
Wigan Betting Info
Wigan were a real fairytale story in the Premier League. Rising through the leagues, the established themselves in the top flight and even won the FA Cup in 2013. Due to the size of the club however, they were always battling against relegation and were ultimately relegated at the end of the same season as their cup final victory over Manchester City.
Their descent was dramatic and after the departure of Roberto Martinez, they found themselves drop down to League One. However things are looking more promising now however as they have found their way back in to the Championship under the stewardship of former player Gary Caldwell.
Betting on Wigan will largely focus on them staying in the Championship in their first season back in the division but as we have seen in the past, back-to-back promotions are not entirely unheard of.