Last Updated: 06/03/13 9:08am
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The ball goes loose and Kone runs it clear, prompting the referee to blow for full time. Good entertainment here at The John Smith's Stadium and a comfortable 4-1 victory for Wigan in the end.
Novak finds Vaughan, who blasts over from distance in a desperate late attempt from Huddersfield to pull one back.
Kone capitalises on Gerrard's heavy touch in defence to take the ball into the box before smashing it into the back of the net. 4-1 Wigan now and that ends any doubts.
Beausejour gifts the ball to Dann, who then beats Figueroa before squaring for Vaughan, but Robles gets down to smother the ball in its tracks.
It is now Wigan applying a bit of pressure and time is very much running out on Huddersfield who would need two goals to force a replay.
Maloney passes to Beausejour on the left who crosses for Kone but Smithies does well to parry it clear.
Huddersfield in the Wigan half again but need to create more openings if they are to cause some late drama.
The ball breaks for Hunt who tries to lift the ball over Golobart to put Clayton through on goal but the Wigan defender manages to head it away.
Vaughan plays in Novak, who tries to touch the ball past Figueroa but can't beat the defender to collect it again.
Arfield suffers from a poor touch and kicks the ball out for a Wigan throw to hand the visitors a breather.
Some sustained pressure from the Terriers in the Wigan half comes to an end and Maloney tries to set Kone off on the counter. Huddersfield get back to defend though to make it difficult for the striker.
A great chance for Huddersfield to make this really intriguing. Hunt hits a deadly deep cross into the box but Vaughan heads just wide.
Great header for Novak as he powers Woods' brilliant cross into the near corner leaving Robles with no chance. 3-1 to the Latics now and still about half an hour to play.
Great goal from McCarthur as he plays a one-two with Gomez before unleashing a sweetly struck shot into the top right corner of the goal from the left edge of the box.
Vaughan shows good skill on the edge of the Wigan box but can't quite direct the ball towards Clayton before losing control of it.
Kone feeds McManaman, who beats his man before crossing but it lacks direction Huddersfield head clear.
Huddersfield almost gifted a goal as Wigan's attempt to play their way out of trouble is disastrous. Stam virtually sets Vaughan up for a shot. He takes it first time and causes a good save from Robles.
If you fancy betting on the second half, Wigan are now 1/20 to see out victory while Huddersfield are 33/1 to perform what would be a bit of a miracle to win from here. The draw is priced at 10/1. A bit more value may lie in the correct score and next goalscorer markets, with Gomez to score next (8/1) and 3-1 Wigan (6-1) both attractive. Visit www.skybet.com for your in-match betting.
Rafee Ahmed writes: "Wow! Why don't wigan play like this in the BPL week and week out lovely to see them play like this a masterclass performance from them.....McManaman has been sensational for wigan, Huddersfld have been poor today"
Good chance goes begging for the Terriers. Woods delivers a cracking cross into the box. McCarther fails to head clear, meaning Danns may have got on the end of it at the far post had he anticipated the cross would get that far.
McManaman impresses again as he drives into the box before pulling back to Gomez. The Spaniard's effort is blocked but the ball falls to Kone who has the simplest of finishes to double Wigan's advantage. Replays suggest Kone was offside.
Wigan threaten on the left again, but lose possession which leads to McCarther fouling in an attempt to regain it.
McCartur plays a lovely through ball to set Mcmanaman free, but the winger still has plenty to do. He bursts into the box then shifts in and out before finishing past Smithies. Good goal.
Scharner is allowed to travel all the way into Huddersfield's half, but he then plays a loose pass which hands possession straight to the hosts.
The ball breaks for Espinoza, who passes to McManaman. The winger gets to the byline before squaring but it is just too far away for Kone to finish.
Clarke battles well to keep possession for his team in the Wigan half and the Terriers end up with a throw on the right wing.
Huddersfield stay organised in defence and deny Wigan an opportunity to get the ball in the box. They almost profit on the counter, but Golobart beats Lee to the loose ball.
Wigan lose the ball and Danns comes away with on the break for the Terriers. After some good work on the left, Lee heads over the bar.
Wigan have a corner although Fyvie wanted a penalty for a handball by Woods. Would have been harsh had it been given.
Huddersfield threaten but Scannell ends up losing possession on the right edge of the box. Bright start from the Championship side.
Lee plays it to Danns to cross from the right, but the midfielder slips as he hits the ball, resulting in a poor delivery.
Stam is unhappy with a decision to award Huddersfield a throw in, he feels it came off a Terrier's leg last.
Golobart searches out Kone with a long ball to the right, and Wigan retain possession inside Huddersfield's half.
Wigan struggle to clear their lines and Atkinson knocks it to Clayton to try a volley at goal from distance, but it is blocked.
Moments away from kick off now, Wigan are in black with yellow trim while Huddersfield are blue and white stripes.
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez makes wholesale changes for his side's FA Cup fifth-round clash at npower Championship side Huddersfield. Goalkeeper Joel Robles, Arouna Kone, Jordi Gomez, Callum McManaman, James McArthur, Fraser Fyvie and Roman Golobart are named in the Spaniard's starting line-up. Huddersfield's new manager Mark Robins, installed as Simon Grayson's permanent replacement on Thursday, recalls captain Peter Clarke, midfielder Neil Danns and defender Jack Hunt for his first game in charge.
Centurion Cricket writes: "Wigan need to focus on retaining Premier League status and Huddersfield have a new manager with high aspirations; I say 2-1 Huddersfield at the John Smith's Stadium, a set piece header from the Huddersfield skipper Anthony Gerrard, dos Santos will score from a nice run but Scannell will score a penalty in the last 10. Com'on you Terriers!"
David Robertson, a Newcastle fan, writes: "I think huddersfield will win 2nil with Beckford scoring first."
I have a feeling we could be in store for another upset in this year's FA Cup, so I would tip a 2-1 victory for the Championship side which you can get with at 9/1. Visit www.skybet.com to place your bets before kick-off.
Wigan are understandably favourites for this one, priced at 13/10. Huddersfield are 2/1 outsiders while the draw is available at 23/10. Priceboosts include Wigan to win 1-0 at 8/1 and Adam Clayton to score first at 16/1.
Could we see another Premier League team taken from the FA Cup? Many will feel it could be Huddersfield's day against a Wigan who have a top flight relegation battle to contend with. They needed a penalty to overcome Macclesfield in the previous round, while Huddersfield knocked Leicester out 2-1 in a replay to reach this stage. A tough one to predict, as usual when Wigan are playing.
Good afternoon and welcome to The John Smith's Stadium for the FA Cup fifth round clash between Huddersfield and Wigan. Team news will be with us imminently. In the meantime why not send me your thoughts and predictions on the game ahead to email@example.com and I will try to publish them.