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Pollitt saves from close range after a free-kick is swung in from the right. Bournemouth as close to finding the winner as the Premier League side.
Wigan continuing to push for this winner but Bournemouth holding firm and remaining a threat on the break.
Bournemouth win a corner. It's end-to-end stuff now. The ball runs through for Francis on the edge of the box but he sees his shot blocked.
Woodwork! Figueroa cuts across a long range effort and it arrows past Jalal but comes back off the woodwork. Incredible effort from distance.
Elphick tries to be too clever and nick the ball over Boselli but gets it wrong. Fortunately for the visitors, the moments comes to nothing as players get back in support.
Chance! Jones with the whipped free-kick that finds the head of Henriquez but the ball skims the crossbar.
Arter does well to rob Gomez but is unable to get Pugh away down the left as Boyce cuts out the crossfield ball.
Half Time. That's the end of the first half and Bournemouth lead the Premier League side 1-0 thanks to Eunan O'Kane's goal. Upset on the cards here.
And there's a sample of that confidence as Pugh attempts a flick to the overlapping Arter. But it's too strong and that's a goal kick.
Suddenly the home crowd are infuriated by Wigan's slow build-up and it's the visitors growing in confidence.
The Cherries midfielder made room for the shot by letting the ball come across is body and then hit a left-footed effort that gave Pollitt no chance as it rifled into the corner of the net.
Cook's clearance hits McManaman and Wigan are nearly in. Then the ball breaks to Boselli who fires off a shot that Jalal gets down well to save.
A clever routine results in a mishit shot that comes out to the far post. Tubbs puts the ball back in but Wigan manage to clear.
Cheers as Bournemouth finally get a decision. Very little else happening here. A game of few - if any - chances.
Now Arter adjudged to have fouled Fyvie. He did drag him down but the visitors are feeling aggrieved at the moment.
Loud appeals from the Bournemouth fans as Pugh goes down extravagantly in the box but the referee gives the free-kick the other way and books Pugh for diving.
No clearcut chances for Wigan though. Howe will be content with this even if they are struggling to clear at times.
Gomez attempts the angled ball over the top to Boselli who looks to be shaping for the overhead kick but the ball is cut out. Then Jones mishits a shot wide of the post.
Jones spreads the play well to Redmond but Francis is there with the tackle when he tries to cut inside.
Arter with a clever throughball to Pugh who takes the ball in his stride well but Stam is across to cover.
Bournemouth doing well here. Pugh shows quality to engineer space on the edge but Tubbs' control lets him down.
Pugh has a couple of chances to swing it in but doesn't get the ball over and Wigan can come away with the ball after good work from Stam.
Wigan in the ascendancy at present. Dominating midfield but the Cherries look a threat on the break. Good work from Pugh wins a free-kick and then Daniels whips in a ball that falls to the feet of Tubbs. He wants a touch and the chance is gone.
Figueroa with a superb pass to set McManaman free down the left. He cuts in well but cannot pick out Gomez with the cut-back and Bournemouth clear.
Wigan putting a bit of pressure on as Redmond crosses from the left and then Figueroa puts a dangerous ball in that Jala collects low.
Conor: "Come on the Latics... we really need a win today even if it is the FA Cup. A few new faces and we need them to gel together quickly."
Just the 21 year age gap between Fyvie and Pollitt in the Wigan team. Has Martinez made a mistake fielding his squad players here? We'll soon find out.
The Latics do give a start to their veteran keeper. Mike Pollitt comes in for Ali Al-Habsi. Plenty of youngsters in Roberto Martinez's team though and newcomer Roger Espinosa is on the bench.
No David James in the team for the Cherries. Howe has stuck with Shwan Jalal who has kept goal during this cup run. Matt Tubbs plays though and he has five goals in his last three FA Cup appearances.
Huge cheers from the Bournemouth following as their players come out to warm up. They're a confident bunch right now - aiming for 17 games unbeaten under Eddie Howe.
Our friends at Sky Bet have the odds for this one. Wigan are the 7/10 favourites with Bournemouth the underdogs at 15/4. The draw is available at 11/4.
Wigan: Pollitt, Jones, Gomez, McManaman, Boyce, Boselli, Fyvie, Stam, Golobart, Redmond, Figueroa. Subs: Al Habsi, Henriquez, McArthur, Espinoza, Dicko, Kiernan, Campabadal.
Bournemouth: Jalal, Francis, Cook, Pugh, Arter, Daniels, Elphick, McQuoid, Tubbs, Hughes, O'Kane. Subs: James, Partington, Fogden, Demouge, McDermott, Fletcher, Pitman.
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Wigan are the Premier League outfit but have reason to be wary of on-form League One club Bournemouth.
Welcome to our live commentary of Wigan against Bournemouth in the FA Cup third round from the DW Stadium.