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West Ham 2 Wigan 0. All over and the hosts take the spoils. The Hammers move through the 40-point barrier, while the Latics remain inside the relegation zone.
Jarvis races forward for West Ham, with there acres of field to run into. He is able to stand the ball up to the back post. Carroll climbs above Figueroa, but nods at Joel. Wigan counter and Collins is booked for a foul on Maloney.
Wigan finally get around to making their final change. Gomez makes way for Di Santo. He needs to make a big impact if Wigan are to dig themselves out of a hole.
GOAL WEST HAM - NOLAN. Goal number 100 for Nolan. Carroll helps a free-kick on over his head, into the path of Nolan. He turns an acrobatic volley into the corner of the net.
Final change for West Ham sees Diame replaced by Collison. With play back under way, Demel concedes a corner as Maloney embarks on another direct burst.
All Wigan at the moment, with Cole conceding possession in midfield. More movement on the West Ham bench. They look like they need an injection of fresh legs. Cole concedes another free-kick and is booked for grabbing hold of the ball on the ground.
Another player returning from a lay-off for West Ham, with Joe Cole replacing Vaz Te. Big cheer from the home support for Cole.
Noble makes his return from shoulder surgery in place of O'Neil. He almost runs straight into the referee. A bit too eager to get going.
Change at the interval by Wigan with McArthur being introduced in place of McManaman.
Remember you can also bet in-play at Skybet.com. West Ham are now 2/5 to take the spoils, with Wigan 7/1 and the draw 11/4. You can get 4/1 on West Ham to win 2-0.
West Ham 1 Wigan 0. The hosts hold a narrow lead at half-time, but still all to play for at Upton Park.
Jarvis held up on this occasion. West Ham go all the way back to their keeper. Kone trying to run the ball down,but to no avail. West Ham looking to get into half-time with their lead intact. Carroll wins a free-kick off Caldwell, who is carded for taking the West Ham striker out.
GOAL WEST HAM - JARVIS. The home side take the lead. Jarvis is freed on the left flank and cuts inside off the flank. He sends over a low curling cross which makes its way into the bottom corner. Nolan and Diame tried to get a touch, but didn't connect.
Carroll now pulled up. Neil Swarbrick keen to have a word, before flashing a yellow card. Referee indicates that an elbow may have been involved.
Diame snapping into the tackle, but is a bit too keen and concedes a free-kick just inside his own half. Wigan forced into an early change, with Alcaraz making way for Beausejour.
Kevin Taylor sees a comfortable home win this afternoon. He says: 'On the performances West Ham are putting in, this should only be a home win - early goal to start and they will push on from there and a win by 3 clear goals for the Hammers!!!'
Malek Bayly thinks we could be in for a cracker. He says: 'Goals in this one. Score-draw 2-2 looks on the cards! Another big game from Carroll & Diame, Kone is going to be dangerous for Wigan too! Enjoy it!'
Chris Lowton is backing the Latics to claim a much-needed victory. He says: 'Think I will go 2-1 to Wigan. They have decent away form and should have beat Man City in midweek. They have also beat West Ham twice this season. So they know how to beat them!'
Ryan Davies is the first to get in touch, and is backing an away win. He says: 'Wigan 2-0, Kone and McManaman!'
You can bet in-play throughout the afternoon at Skybet.com. West Ham start as favourites at 6/5, with Wigan 11/5 and the draw 12/5. You can get 9/2 on Andy Carroll to open the scoring, or maybe you fancy Arouna Kone at 13/2.
Feel free to offer your opinion on today's game by contacting me direct at Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
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