Last Updated: 15/12/12 4:56pm
Full time: Norwich 1 Wigan 0. Deserved victory for Norwich, who but for Ali Al Habsi, would have won by more.
Beausejour, who has been very quiet today, again wastes an opportunity to cross from a good position.
Every Norwich win this season has been by a one goal margin, and Chris Hughton looks nervy with their slender lead.
Stam once again the danger, as his cross finds Beausejour at the back post, but his control lets him down, and the ball runs out of play
Hoolahan heads in from Pilkington cross from the left. Great work from the winger to get the cross in. Easy for Hoolahan from six-yards.
CHANCE! Norwich's first attack of the second-half causes chaos! Penalty appeal turned down for handball on Beausejour, but Holt should do better from six-yards. Miss-hits volley.
Maloney whips fantastic ball into the box, but nobody on the end of it. He has changed the pace of Wigan's attacks.
Wigan level thanks to a great Maloney strike from the edge of the box. Kone must take some of the praise for deft lay-off. Wigan far more purposeful this half.
Double change for WIgan, as Jordi Gomez and James McCarthy are replaced by David Jones and Shaun Maloney
Half-time at Carrow Road. Norwich 1 Wigan 0. The Canaries should be further in-front with the chances they have had. Wigan barely involved, and will need to improve in the second-half.
WHAT A SAVE! Al Habsi more than makes up for earlier error, keeping point-black Snodgrass header out. Should have scored.
GREAT CHANCE! Al Habsi only gets a hand to a cross into box, but Pilkington can't convert with the goal gaping. Huge let-off for Wigan and Al Habsi.
Hooloahan has been at the heart of everything good about Norwich. Wigan will have to address his influence at half-time
Ronnie Stam again in good position, but doesn't make the most of the chance. Home crowd still angry after Pilkington card.
Chance of the game for Wigan. Kone plays lovely ball into the path of James McArthur, who has time and space to pick his spot, only for Mark Bunn to make a smart save down to his left.
Bradley Johnson is booked for his reaction to a challenge on James McCarthy. McCarthy stays down injured.
Ronnie Stam greats into a great position, after a good run, but slices cross out of play for a goal-kick.
Wigan fan Gemma Shearer has been in touch via email: "Wigan haven't got the results recently, but in the games I've seen them in recently, they've played some lovely football, especially against Man City. Hopefully get a result today..."
Ali Al Habsi will feel he should have done better with the strike, getting two hands to it. Defending was slack too, and Johnson was onto the ball quickly.
Nowrich with plenty of the ball, just not really creating anything with it. Wigan happy for them to have it this deep.
First corner of the game. Bassong slices dangerous Ronnie Stam cross out of play for game's first corner.
Norwich starting to find their men, and a flowing move results in Alex Tettey dragging his shot wide of the Wigan goal.
Hoolahan releases Pilkington down the left, who has Emmerson Booyce for company. Throw-in for Norwich.
Norwich have a free-kick in a dangerous position, and have the first chance to commit some bodies forward.
Wigan will be buoyed by Norwich's recent defensive record however, conceding seven goals in their last two outings.
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The teams are in the tunnel. Both games finished 1-1 last season, a result which Wigan may take today.
Jake Ashurst is the first to get in touch via twitter, with a word of warning for Mauro Boselli: "Make or break for boselli today! He needs to fight for a place, in my opinion he could decide the Match today."
In-form Norwich are our 5/4 favourites today with Wigan 21/10 and the draw 12/5. Grant Holt is the 5/1 favourite to open the scoring while Wes Hoolahan is 11/4 to score against the Latics for a third successive time.
The Canaries have an excellent home defensive record, conceding only 1.00 goals per game on average, and will be a difficult nut to crack. WIgan will have to be at their best to break down the resolute back-line.
Will this game be a mere formality for the Canaries following their recent form, or will the Latics, who have thrived on adversity in the past, get back to winning ways? Let me know your thoughts.
Wigan have been slightly off-colour of late, with only one win in their last six Premier League meetings, and as a result have dropped into the bottom three.
Wes Hoolahan, who scored in both meetings between these two sides last season, is passed fit for today's clash, as well as the in-from Alex Tettey. Full-back Steven Whittaker also makes the side after being assessed.
The teams are in: Norwich: Bunn; Whittaker, Bassong, Turner, Garrido; Pilkington, Johnson, Tettey, Snodgrass, Hoolahan; Holt (c)
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