Last Updated: 11/08/13 5:47pm
Very easy for United, while Wigan will shrug it off having won the FA Cup in such glory last May. Thanks for looking in today.
Januzaj makes a yard of space inside the area to get the ball into the danger area, but a deflection does enough to spin it away.
No harm done to the England international, then Januzaj catches Barnett with a high boot to the face, but it wasn't intentional so no booking.
Cleverley and Evra combine, the left back chips the ball into the box but there's no red shirt to finish it off.
Evra half claims a penalty but McManaman won the ball, then Kagawa tries an overhead kick at the corner to no avail as the whistle blows for an infringement.
Evra's low ball into the area from the left is just cut out as RVP lurks after a nice build-up. United hitting their straps now.
Anderson flicks the ball forward into RVP's path, but the striker is just too far away and Carson collects easily.
Vidic shadows the ball away from Fortune near the corner flag, then rubs salt into the wound by winning the goal kick off the Wigan striker.
Good long pass from Smalling to Valencia, but his cross is chipped over everyone from the right, and United are pushed back.
Evra took that volley in a "painful place", and limps away gingerly after treatment. That's gotta hurt,
Welbeck sets up Valencia, and his shot from inside the box is deflected just wide of the post after going across Carson.
Wigan's shoulders are sagging, I think they'd settle for this ending now so they can cocentrate on their league campaign.
Welbeck hassles Boyce into conceding a throw, United sweep across the face of the box but McCann stops the attack in its tracks.
Welbeck fed RVP, who span round and shot from the edge of the box, but the ball took a wicked deflection off Perch's foot to fox Carson.
Watson swings another free kick in from the left touchline, but Smalling rises above everyone on the six yard line to head it to safety.
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OK, that is half time. United were showing their class early on, but Wigan have done much better in the last 15 minutes.
Holt claims an arm raised by Vidic, Mark Clattenburg gives Wigan the free kick 35 yards out on an angle.
Not seen much of Welbeck - until now, when he lashes a shot on the spin goalwards and Carson saves to his left.
McLean gets inside Smalling, but McLean thumps the ball across the face of goal when a more delicate touch could have given Holt a tap in.
The ball grazes Holt's leg at a McLean cross, Wigan's first chance of note, but the whistle had gone for a push. Harsh.
Zaha does well to keep the ball alive on the byline, barging Crainey away, so he's not all trickery and silky skills
Carson puts Barnett under pressure, and the defender passes the ball out of play to give United a throw in, but but the Reds cannot bring RVP into it.
McCarthy robs Giggs near his area, but his thrust down the flank is snuffed out at halfway. Then Crainey gets into United's box, but Smalling cuts his cross out.
McCarthy chips the ball across the field to Wigan's left, but there's no team mate anywhere near it. Grant Holt is largely a spectator at the moment up front for Latics, then clups Evra for good measure to give away a free kick.
Zaha on the left but his fancy footwork is stopped by Boyce. Apart from that, Zaha so good for United...
The corner comes to nought, and it looks like Smalling is in central defence with Jones at right back.
Rafael is limping off and Chris Smalling is coming on, worrying stuff ahead of the league season. If you're a United fan.
Zaha gets a low cross in from the right, but Barnett nips in at the near post to concede a corner ahead of Welbeck.
I thought McLean was a decent at Sunderland, and he has seen a bit of the ball thus far but it's feeding on scraps for Wigan at the moment.
Ben Hopkinson: "I think 2-1 to Man United but hopefully Wigan wouldn't lose too badly. I am watching the commentary in Spain. Come on Wigan!"
This United side is a totally different proposition to the one I saw struggle against Sevilla on Friday night. Wigan are chasing shadows on a sunny do in the capital.
Zaha's raking pass across is too strong for Evra, who has the freedom of NW London on that flank at the moment.
Evra crossed from the left, and RVP, about 12 yards out nodded the ball back across Carson and into the far bottom corner.
Evra gets forward, but Scott Carson collects. Carson will be keen to impress against Premier League opposition after his sojourn abroad.
The United boss describes Rooney as "not quite fit" with his shoulder injury, but is hoping the player will get some game time for England in midweek, and is not ruling him out for the Premier League season opener against Swansea.
David Moyes says, "Our pre-season form has been a bit mixed....today is still a pre-season game and we aim to win."
Ryan Giggs starts today, and it really is the never ending story for the Welshman, but do United fans think he's still the best option they have? Let me know @TimOscroft
Keen to see more of Wilfried Zaha, who will have happy memories of his last appearance at Wembley, when he helped Crystal Palace back into the top flight via the play-off final.
From Lee Jenkins in Newcastle: "Going for 2-0 Wigan. United will be the better side but won't be able to get through the strong looking Wigan defence. Holt and Perch to score."
Wigan fans - where are you (as Delia Smith might say...)? OK, you might be at Wembley, but let me know what you think about today's meeting, and your thoughts on the Owen Coyle era thus far.
Stuart Tweets in: "Can't believe Kagawa isn't playing and where is Chicarito..no mention of him all pre season..for me our best striker." We're still waiting for the subs bench, BTW.
Christiaan vd Heever: "Slightly disappointed, would like to see Kagawa play. Rooney as well. I'm hoping for a ManU win. All the way from South Africa."
Gareth Clark: "Strong Wigan team me personally I would make 2 changes to the United team Giggs and Welbeck out Janujaz and Hernandez in" Januzaj was excellent in an otherwise forgettable friendly defeat to Sevilla on Friday, waiting to hear if he's on the bench.
United have won the shield 15 times outright, and shared it four times, with the most recent win a memorable back-from-the-dead (not literally) 3-2 victory over Man City two years ago. That was some match, I was there for that one, how will this one go today? Let me know your predictions @TimOscroft via the medium of Twitter.
Ste in Manchester is quick off the mark: "Afternoon! Think both teams have fielded a strong squad! First silverware always important! United 2-1"
No Wayne Rooney in the United squad, and let me know what you make of that, but there's no Nani or Ashley Young either, both have stayed behind with knocks.
What do you think of those sides? Let me know via Twitter - @TimOscroft, or on email firstname.lastname@example.org. Let me know where in the world you are, the more far flung the better! I'll post some of the best comments on here.