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The full-time whistle goes.
Gera goes into the book for a crude challenge on Stam, but the free-kick comes to nothing.
Markus Rosenberg on for Lukaku.
Jordi Gomez and Mauro Boselli on for Watson and Di Santo.
Double change for the Baggies, with Morrison and Long making way for Zoltan Gera and Peter Odemwingie.
Captain Gary Caldwell is the man to make way for Stam.
First yellow card of the contest is issued to an incredulous Yacob, who is penalised for kicking the ball away after the award of a free-kick.
Referee Swarbrick brings the half to a close. Frantic finish to the opening 45 minutes.
GOAL FOR WIGAN!! Immediate response from Kone as he turns home Beausejour's cross at the far post.
GOAL FOR WEST BROM!!! Caldwell own-goal from Jones' cross-shot.
GOAL FOR WEST BROM!!! James Morrison heads home.
A message from our friends at Sky Bet: Wigan are 11/10 to record their fourth win of the campaign while West Brom are 23/10 for their first away victory of the season. Both sides have made impressive starts to the campaign with the Latics drifting out to 11/4 for the drop while the Baggies, who head into the game fifth in the table, are evens for a top-half finish.
Gabriel Sutton writes: Wigan seem to be playing with a lot of confidence at the moment, considering they only normally get going around March time- they must have had their Easter break early! It's a similar story for West Brom, Steve Clarke's new side look a real happy ship at the moment and fairly strong defensively too, but I'd fancy Martinez's men for this. 2-1.
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