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10:28 20th August 2013
by Stewart Frodsham
The new season finally arrives at the DW Stadium
Wigan Athletic v Doncaster Rovers
Sky Bet Championship
Tuesday 20 August 2013, kick off 7.45pm
DW StadiumTickets & Season Tickets
Tickets for the game will be available up until kick off this evening along with 2013/14 season tickets. [Click here] for season ticket details or [click here] for Doncaster Rovers ticket information.
There will be full match commentary of the game on Latics Player with the build getting underway from 7.00pm. If you're not a Latics Player subscriber, you can get full access by [clicking here].
We will also publish goal and major incident updates via our social channels on Facebook and Twitter, plus there'll be minute by minute updates free via our CoverItLive service.
We may be three weeks into the new season but today will feel like the opening weekend for many Latics fans who have had to wait until now to see their new look team on home soil.
Doncaster Rovers have played all of their games at home so far this season while Latics fans have endured three consecutive games away from home clocking up over 1000 miles.
Wigan Athletic will be looking to bounce straight back from Saturday's shock defeat to Bournemouth at the Goldsands Stadium with a win over Paul Dickov's Doncaster Rovers.
Rovers on the other hand are full of confidence after their impressive win over Blackburn Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium on Friday night.
Wigan Athletic will be without the services of Callum McManaman after his dismissal at Bournemouth on Saturday, the winger will also miss the visits of Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest. Ali Al Habsi (shoulder), Thomas Rogne (back), Gary Caldwell (hip) and Ivan Ramis (knee) all remain in the treatment room.
Doncaster hope to welcome back South African midfielder Dean Furman from international duty.
However, midfielders Harry Forrester and Marc De Val Fernandez are likely to miss out once again.
Results So Far
Referee: Carl Boyeson
Assistant Referees: David Richardson & Ollie Yates
Fourth Official: Jonathan Hunt
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