Wigan Athletic travel to Leigh Sports Village this evening to take on Greek Super League side Atromitos in an international friendly, with a 7.30pm kick off. (For admission information
The Athens based club will be the first of three opponents this week for Latics as Coyle's men take on Morecambe (A) on Wednesday 24 July and Dundee United (H) on Saturday 27 July.
Atromitos are also kicking off a busy week as the game marks their first of four against English opposition, with visits to Latics' Championship opening day opponents Barnsley before trips to Sheffield United and West Bromwich Albion.
Latics are expected to field a strong side with the exception of long term absentees Ali Al Habsi, Gary Caldwell and Ivan Ramis.
Defender Thomas Rogne has made positive progress during recuperation in the United States but tonight's match may have come a little too early for the Norwegian to make his non-competitive club debut.
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Team news will be available on the website approximately an hour before kick off and major incident and goal updates will be available via @laticsofficial
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Managed by Georgios Paraschos, Atromitos finished fourth in the Greek Superleague in 2012-13, qualifying for the play-off stage of the Europa League for the second consecutive season.
Last season they were narrowly eliminated at the play-off stage by Newcastle United after a 1-1 draw at their home ground the Peristeri Stadium but fell to a 1-0 defeat in the second leg at St James' Park.
Formed in 1923, Atromitos have tasted relative success in recent seasons with high league finishes and consecutive appearances in the Greek Cup final in 2011 and 2012.
Summer signing Dimitrios Papadopoulos spent two years at Burnley from 2001-2003 where earned his first international call-up for Greece.
His time at Turf Moor was followed by a big career move back to Greece with Super League giants Panathinaikos.
After a sensational first season for the Athens-based side, Papadopolous claimed a place in Greece's 2004 European Championship winning squad.
Another man to have plied his trade briefly in England is Stathis Tavlaridis who signed for Arsenal as a 21-year-old in 2001.
He spent three years at Highbury but couldn't force his way into the Gunners' back four and subsequently had a loan spell on the south coast with Portsmouth.
Atromitos currently have four active Greek internationals; Michalis Sifakis, Kostas Giannoulis, Sokratis Fytanidis and Elini Dimoutsos.