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All over at the DW Stadium and Man City take the spoils.
Stam makes way for Callum McManaman.
Tough luck on James Milner, as his goalscoring cameo is ended by injury. Kolo Toure comes on.
If you're keen on in-play betting, Sky Bet say: City look to have wrapped things up in the space of three second-half minutes, and Sky Bet go 8/11 for there to be no more goals in this one.
David Jones makes way for James McArthur.
GOAL!!! SCREAMER FROM JAMES MILNER.
GOAL FOR MAN CITY - MARIO BALOTELLI!!!
Second change for City, and a bit of a surprise, with Kolarov coming on for Aguero.
Barry goes into the book for a late challenge on Gomez. Obvious yellow card.
Mancini makes his first change with the ineffective Javi Garcia replaced by James Milner.
A half-time message from our friends at Sky Bet: Although the Latics are still level at the break, Sky Bet offer odds of 7/1 that they can pull off a win. City remain 8/11 favourites, with a draw available at 13/8. If Wigan are to win, you sense it may only take a single goal, with a 1-0 home win rated at 12/1. Of the next goalscorer market, David Silva is a popular choice at 9/1.
Halsey brings an entertaining, but goalless, first half to a close.
Now Gomez goes into the book for a nasty, late, sliding challenge on Barry.
Dave Silcock, from Stratford, Canada, writes: 'I am looking for a bit of an upset tonight, with a weakened Latics pulling off a 1-1 tie. Goals from Aguero and Kone.' 1-1 tie? Someone has been the wrong side of the Atlantic for too long....
Ian Ashman has been in touch from Mallorca to say: 'I can see the mighty Blues continue on their unbeaten run tonight. I would rather have Tevez up front with Kun, than wildcard Mario. City to grind this one out 2-0. Scorers: Yaya is due one and Kun the other.'
There's a host of markets on offer from our friends at Sky Bet for tonight's game. Here are some of their highlights. Champions Manchester City are 4/9 on to take a win away from 6/1 underdogs Wigan tonight, with the draw available to back at 7/2. City came to the DW Stadium last year and ground out a 1-0 win, and a repeat scoreline is available with Sky Bet at 7/1. Edin Dzeko scored the goal on that occasion, and he's 4/1 to score the last goal tonight. Last weekend's hat-trick hero Jordi Gomez is 11/1 to continue his exploits for Wigan as first goalscorer, while back-to-back hat-tricks for the Spaniard is a long shot at 150/1. Sergio Aguero has received the most backing for first goalscorer at 3/1, while plenty of punters fancy Vincent Kompany to break the deadlock at 25/1.
Twitter input from @jackashurst2, who writes: 'I think that if Wigan pull themselves together today there is a very good chance of an upset, Wigan to win for me 2-1.'
Cian Hughes is first to get in touch and writes: 'Wigan have been very good this season, I think, and if they pull together and try to put in a team effort, then they might have a chance. But it's Manchester City, for me, 3-1 Man City.'
If you want to get in touch and have your say on this evening's game, then drop me a line to email@example.com or via Twitter @skysportsrobp and I'll publish a selection of the best prior to kick-off.
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