Last Updated: 04/02/12 5:23pm
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That's it! It's a thrilling finale, but it's finished all square at one apiece. Howard's woeful blunder gifted Wigan the lead, but Anichebe ensured Moyes' side claimed a point with a late header.
Promising move by Everton is halted after Jelavic brings down Beausejour. The visitors were not happy with that.
A massive scramble in Everton's penalty area, but the visitors are awarded a free-kick after Crusat is deemed to have handballed.
Free-kick for Everton on the edge of Wigan's penalty area as Figueroa brings down Jelavic. The defender is booked.
Caldwell heads Baines' corner back to him. His second cross is glanced home by Anichebe, who scored with his first touch of the game.
Change for Everton with Anichebe coming on. Right-back Tony Hibbert makes way for the striker. Last throw of the dice from Moyes.
Everton are now pushing forward in numbers as they have to do, although it's giving Wigan space to counter-attack. We've got a game on.
Another great opportunity for Wigan. Moses has all kinds of time and space. He had team-mates in support, but he tried the shot himself. Wrong option.
Absolute shocker from Howard. Beausejour's cross hits Neville, the ball takes a horrible bounce and squirms through Howard's grasp. Out of nothing the home side lead.
Everton took in quickly and they were able to get the ball into Wigan's penalty area, but the move came to nothing.
Wigan appeal for a penalty with McCarthy's ball possibly catching Heitinga's arm. It's a corner for the home side.
@RayPen0 Was easier against MCity. Wig r letting us av the ball: City didn't. This is where we get stuck, esp last 1/3rd. COYB (1-0)
Jelavic leaves Hibbert's cut-back. Fellaini was waiting to pounce, but Wigan managed to clear the danger. Nearly an immediate impact by the striker.
Second change of the game for Everton with Jelavic coming on for his debut. He replaces Stracqualursi, who has had a quiet second half.
Gibson had time and space outside Wigan's penalty area, but the tame shot was comfortable for Al Habsi.
Poor first touch from Fellaini in Wigan's penalty area costs the Belgian midfielder a chance to get a shot away.
Jelavic is warming up on the sidelines. How long will it be before the Croatia international makes his Toffees debut?
Everton are making a change at half time. Tim Cahill has been replaced by Phil Neville, who has also taken the captain's armband.
Another mis-placed pass from Gibson. Distin does well to recover the situation as the backpass was going to fall short for Howard.
Excellent chance for Everton. Baines was clear down the left, he cut it back for the ex-Man Utd man and with a clean shot on goal he blazed his attempt over. Poor really.
McCarthy's shot is controlled by Distin. The Wigan man tried a first-time effort with Howard momentarily out of his goal, but the midfielder's attempt was not good enough.
Superb defending from Hibbert to keep Di Santo from getting a touch of the back post. In the end the Latics striker gave away a free-kick trying to score.
Fellaini gets a touch on Baines' set-piece into Wigan's penalty area, but Al Habsi is able to gather the ball.
Stam knocks down Beausejour's left-wing cross, but Moses was unable to control in the middle allowing Everton to deal with the threat.
Heitinga is perhaps a touch lucky to avoid being booked for hauling down Di Santo. It's still a free-kick for Wigan in a decent position outside of Everton's penalty area.
Gomez's corner is gathered by at his near post by Howard. He was under pressure, but it was a clean take.
Di Santo latched onto Figueroa's long ball. Howard came out well to close down the danger after the striker got the better of Distin.
Another good piece of defending from Distin as he cuts out Beausejour's cross. The new signing is looking bright in attack for Wigan.
First save of the game and Al Habsi denies Stracqualursi. Donovan picked out the striker and his team-mate poked the ball goalwards, but it was saved by the near post.
Cahill has time and space outside Wigan's penalty area, but he scoops his shot over Al Habsi's goal. Expected him to do a little better from that position.
Wigan are doing all the pressing, however, the visitors are looking threatening on the counter-attack.
The Toffees hit back on the break. Pienaar tries to pick out on-loan Stracqualursi, but the Argentina striker was offside.
The home side looking the better of the teams so far. Everton just looking to hold their shape and not give anything away.
Wigan staying composed early on. They are looking to secure possession and pass the ball around a bit.
Wigan begin the day five points adrift of fourth-from-bottom Bolton. Surely if they are to stay up this season they can ill-afford to not pick up at least a point here. The Toffees will be buzzing after toppling the league leaders.
Unsurprisingly, like the rest of England, it's freezing conditions in Wigan. Let's see how the players handle the cold temperatures.
@EFCsst - Jelavic should of started this game. Easy ground and easier team to make your first start here would be perfect
This is Stewart MacLaren from a bright & breezey Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat Wigan 3-1 at The DW Stadium this Afternoon with Good Goals from Tim Cahill, Steven Pienaar & Fellaini
Midfielder Steven Pienaar has been given an immediate second debut for Everton, although ex-Rangers man Nikica Jelavic is only on the bench. Pienaar has replaced Royston Drenthe in the team that beat Man City on Tuesday while Sylvain Distin has returned from injury and has replaced Phil Neville. Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has made just one change from the side that lost 3-1 at Spurs with goalscorer James McArthur coming in for Ben Watson. Mohamed Diame is on the bench after Africa Cup of Nations duty.
Wigan: Al Habsi, Stam, Boyce, Caldwell, Figueroa, Beausejour, McCarthy, McArthur, Gomez, Moses, Di Santo. Subs: Pollitt, Alcaraz, Crusat, Watson, Jones, Rodallega, Diame.
Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Heitinga, Distin, Baines, Pienaar, Fellaini, Gibson, Donovan, Cahill, Stracqualursi. Subs: Mucha, Jelavic, Drenthe, Neville, Gueye, Anichebe, Duffy.
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Everton have won just one of their last five away Premier League matches but are evens to win at bottom club Wigan (11/4). Confidence will be high in the Toffees' camp after their midweek win against Manchester City and it's a tempting 12/1 for Darron Gibson to open the scoring. Nikica Jelavic is 5/1 to open the scoring on his debut and it's 8/1 for Jelavic and Hugo Rodallega both to score. This game is part of Sky Bet's 'What if the goals keep coming' special, which offers odds of 16/1 that every Premier League team will score in the 3pm kick-offs. Click here for more