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Liverpool make their final change as Suarez comes off to a standing ovation with Shelvey on for the two-goal striker.
Liverpool make a change as Carragher comes on for Agger.
Double change for Wigan as Gomez comes on for Caldwell and Miyaichi replaces Di Santo who was also booked for protesting about Liverpool's third goal.
Caldwell is booked for protesting about the goal after the ball appeared to be a Wigan throw-in before the throw-in was given to the home side.
Suarez is lucky to escape a booking after appearing to catch Jones on his ankle with a late challenge. The good and the bad from Suarez today.
Can Suarez go on and complete his hat-trick? Sky Bet make him 4/1 to do so by netting next.
GOAL: Liverpool make it 2-0 as Enrique slips Suarez in on goal and the striker makes no mistake as he slides it past Al Habsi.
GOAL: Liverpool break the deadlock as Sterling pounces on a poor pass from Beausejour to round Figueroa and he picks out Suarez inside the box and he fires home high into the net.
Liverpool remain Sky Bet's strong favourites to pick up all three points at 4/6 with Wigan 6/1 for victory and a draw 7/4. Luis Suarez is 11/4 to break the deadlock.
Here are the latest odds from our friends at SkyBet.
The referee brings the first half to a close and it is 0-0 with chances few and far between.
Figueroa is booked for a late foul on Sterling.
Henderson has gone into midfield alongside Allen with Gerrard pushing a little further.
Liverpool forced into a change as well as Henderson comes on for Suso. Looks like it was a tactical change rather than an injury.
Wigan are forced into the change as Watson is unable to continue and David Jones comes on for the visitors.
Scott Filtness is expecting a 3-0 home success for the home time with the in-form Suarez to score
Alex Dawber is going for a 1-1 draw with Suarez and Kone on the mark.
Grant Charlesworth is predicting a 3-1 win for Liverpool with two goals for Suarez and one for Gerrard.
Myles Rawlings is hoping to see Jose Enrique in a more advanced role and is going for a 3-0 win for Liverpool. Give me your predictions.
Wigan fan Sarah on Twitter is going for a 1-0 win to Wigan with Shaun Maloney scoring. What are your predictions?
Liverpool look to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven games against Wigan and are 4/9 to do so at Anfield, with the visitors 6/1 and the draw available at 100/30. The Latics were 2-1 winners here last season and you can back a repeat of that scoreline at 18/1. Unsurprisingly, Luis Suarez is the clear favourite in the first goalscorer market at 3/1, but we've price boosted England new-boy Raheem Sterling to 13/2 (from 11/2) to score the opener this afternoon.
If you fancy a flutter on today's game check out the latest odds with our betting partners SkyBet.
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