Last Updated: 12/01/13 4:56pm
Full-time here at the Cottage. Boos ring out and it was poor of Fulham to let Wigan back in the match. Many thanks for joining me.
Every time Fulham get the ball they lose it within three or four passes. It just isn't working today
Some serious unrest from the home faithful. They must be so disappointed with their side since half-time
Boos ring round the ground as Fulham again pass the ball out of play. So lacklustre from the home side
Fulham deserve exactly that after being so sloppy and uninventive during this second half, and they just didn't close down Di Santo
He has been poor today, but that is a wonderful strike from the forward. And that is why he can be frustrating...
Emerson Boyce gets a talking to from Mark Clattenburg. Sensible refereeing in what whas been a game of little malice
Great effort from Di Santo, flicking up the ball to himself before volleying wide. Better from the striker
What a save that is from Mark Schwarzer. Strike from Maloney takes a deflection, and the goalkeeper tips it onto the bar
That sums up Di Santo today. Great work to control the ball and get into a good position, but the final ball is not good enough
Wasteful from Berbatov. Some delightful touches during the first half, but he has drifted out of the game
Fulham are 4/11 to go on and claim all three points as they lead at the break with Wigan given little chance of a comeback at 10/1 to win and 11/4 to salvage a draw. Di Santo is actually rated as the next likely next goalscorer at 6/1 ahead of Berbatov (7/1)
Chance for Di Santo, who manages to miss from four yards on the half volley. He puts it over and should have scored
The game slightly meandering towards half-time, the quality slightly lacking from both sides as we near the break
Petric with a header for Fulham, but it's more of a knock-down, and no-one is there to pick up the pieces
Wigan have a free kick from thirty yards. Jones takes it and the ball falls to Di Santo, whose shot is blocked by Hangeland in the unmentionables
Chance for McArthur, whose first touch gets him an opening. He fires straight at Schwarzer, but better from the visitors
Wigan have only got points once from a losing position this season, against Reading. They must respond
Fulham had started to dominate possession, and have scored after a bright Wigan opening. Plenty to do for Martinez's men
What a GOAL that is by Karagounis. Drops his shoulder to beat McArthur and fires from 20 yards off the post. Wonderful goal
Fulham dispossess Ramis and bear down on goal. Kacaniklic's ball into the box is not good enough and Wigan concede a corner
Petric forges some space on the edge of the box but fires over for the second time. Good build up from Fulham, however
A free kick right on the edge of the box for Fulham, Mark Clattenburg rightly awarding for a push by Shaun Maloney
Chance for Wigan. A scruffy shot from the edge of the box and Di Santo can only roll it to Schwarzer. He was offside, however.
The sides are out at Craven Cottage, although I already make it 3pm so we may be late getting underway.
Wigan half-time Fulham full-time is Sky Bet's 25/1 long-shot tip ahead of this one. For the more reserved gambler, we go 8/13 that both teams score or you might fancy 5/2 on the draw. In the first goalscorer market, Berbatov leads the way as the most backed player at 5/1.
Wigan are currently partaking in the kind of warm-up that would give me a stitch in seconds. Steady on lads
I can inform you that QPR and Spurs have just played out a 0-0 draw. I'll be honest, I want more goals and action than that game.
Fulham have won their last four home games against Wigan, and in last year's fixture Philippe Senderos scored a late winner after Emerson Boyce had opened the scoring.
Nick Seddon has got in touch, and believes that there is 'no reason' why Wigan can't win today. Whilst true, two away wins since August isn't ideal.
Half an hour now until kick off, and the best way to describe the weather by the Thames is 'cold'. Very cold.
So it will be Dimitar Berbatov to start for Fulham, whilst Hugo Rodallega will have to wait to face his former club as he is benched
Fulham: Schwarzer; Riether, Hangeland, Hughes, Richardson; Duff, Ruiz, Karagounis, Kacaniklic; Berbatov, Petric.
Martin Lally, meanwhile, is a little more reserved as a Wigan fan: 'Really hoping for a Wigan win but our record at Fulham is poor.'
Vincent Okwuanya has got in touch with his prediction: 'Henriquez and Berbatov to score. Fulham to win 3-1.'
Wigan: Al Habsi, McCarthy, Caldwell, Jones, Di Santo, Maloney, McArthur, Boyce, Ramis, Beausejour, Figueroa Subs: Pollitt, Stam, Golobart, Gomez, McManaman, Boselli, Henriquez
First request is for you to get in touch with me @danielstorey85 on Twitter and let me know your thoughts and predictions for the match.
Both teams were on a shonky old run until recent away victories, with Fulham winning at West Brom and Wigan at Villa