Last Updated: 13/05/12 8:39pm
Wigan finished off their season with a flourish and the full time whistle sparked a pitch invasion from their fans who wanted to celebrate their survival. For Wolves, they will look to bounce back at the first attempt while the Latics look foward to another top-flight season. It's been a great game and we hope you enjoyed it and all the team at skysports.com would like to thank all of you for sharing an incredible seasson with us.
Rodallega leads the greak away and cuts inside but Ward gets a tackle in just as he is about to let fly.
Can Wolves pull another one back? that late strike appears to have lifted their tails for the final few minutes.
Lopez gets closed down by Edwards and his shot is charged down by Al Habsi. It falls to Fletcher who rolls the ball into an empty net.
Boyce was played in for his hat-trick but he opted to square it to Rodallega but his pass was cut out. Great chance for him to get three
Rodallega almost gets away from Berra who is the last man but his first touch is poor and the Wolves defender gets back
Wigan are really enjoying themselves out there. A lovely move sees Maloney get to the byline and but Berra scoops the ball over the bar as Crusat waited to pounce.
Henry produces a stunning tackle in his box to stop Crusat getting on the end of Maloney's through pass.
Good move from Wigan. Crusat plays a reverse pass to Maloney but his shot at the near post is saved by Ikeme
Jarvis is increasingly looking like the man who can unlock this Wigan defence. His trickery and delivery from wide are causing problems
Beausejour does well to get to the byline with a nice bit of skill but Crusat just can't get a powerful header on the ball.
Berra brings down Ebanks-Blake and he appears to be the last man but nothing more than a free-kick is awarded.
Ebanks-Blake's looping header just misses the post after Jarvis picked out the striker with a pinpoint cross
Boyce again gets in a delivery from the right. It finds Di Santo's feet who turns and shoots in one movement but it's saved by Al Habsi. Good effort.
Wolves have made an attacking change as they look to find the goals and finish their season on a winning note.
Jarvis tries to waeve his way through the Wigan defence but he tries to go past one too many and is eventually tackled.
Di santo misses a great chance to score. The ball is played across the six yard line and he completely misses his shot. It then falls to Moses who drills his shot wide. Great chances.
Jarvis try to cut out a pass across the Wigan 18-yard box but his touch was heavy and went through to Al Habsi. A good first touch would have set him up for a shot on goal.
The players are coming back out onto the pitch for the second half and Wolves will hope to start it like they did the first.
The second half will be on the way in about 10 minutes but please feel free to email me on email@example.com to let me know about your feelings on the season. Who is your player of the season at Wigan and Wolves? Or who has scored the best goals? Send me in your season's highlights.
Wolves are playing for pride but will need to buck up their attacking ideas after the break. Connor may consider making a change in that department.
It's here at the JJB in a game that started off with a whirlwind start. Jarvis scored a beautiful curling shot to score, but a deflected effort from Di santo and Boyce's header have put the Latics in control.
The Latics are pressing Wolves high up the pitch as they try and win the ball back in dangerous areas.
Hunt takes a free-kick from the left but it clips the top of the way and is eventually claimed by Al Habsi.
Moses is almost played through on goal but Ward was alert to the danger and steps across to clear the ball into touch.
Zubar tries to force his way down the right flank but the home defence stands strong as Wigan set about retaining the ball again.
Wigan are really tightening their grip on this game as the dominate the possession. Wolves are struggling to find a way into this contest.
Goal scorer Boyce gets in a good cross from the right which Di Santo head wide. He probably got up a little too early
Moses has been slightly quiet in this game. His dazzling runs and pace have been a feature of their recent form and results.
Berra set off on a run from his own half and travels about 40 yards until he is eventually stopped by the Wolves defence. Positive run though.
The pace appears to have dropped slightly over the last few minutes as Wolves try and find a route back into this game.
Ward gets a nick on the shot which helps it over the bar also but he appears to have hurt himself in the process of making the tackle.
Moses forces De Vries into a save as he turns a shoots on the edge of the are that the Wolves keeper tips over.
Wigan should have scored. Beausejour tried to roll the ball across goal for Di santo who was unmarked in the middle but Stearman saves a certain goal as he knocks the ball out
The home side are gowing in confidence as Wolves are struggling to get a hold of the ball as Wigan enjoy most of the possession.
Wigan are keeping the ball very well with McCarthy, Moses and Di Santo very pivotal in their passings moves
A counter attack by Wigan ends with Di Santo playing a cross across goal but it's too far in front of Moses.
Phew!! There has hardly been time to breath here and it's far from the end of season dead rubber that was predicted.
Doyle is played in by Hunt and takes a lovely strike that looks to be heading for the bottom corner of the goal but it is blcoked.
Hunt was caught in possession just outside his area. The ball is played to Di Santo and his strike takes a deflection off a defender and goes in.
Jarvis cuts in from the left flank and curls a stunning shot into the top left corner of Al Habsi's goal.
Wigan fans are standing up and a ring of applause is ringing out around the JJB to celebrate their eighth season in the Premier League.
Beausejour is going to find it very hard to get any change out of Zubar today. The winger man tries to get around him but was easily dispossessed.
A hopeful ball is pumped forward to Doyle for him to chase but Figueroa matches him stride for stride before kicking it into touch.
Moses was over elaborate after finding space on the flank and getting inside but his pass is cut out
Wigan have settled into their stride very quickly and it's nothing less than you would expect from a team that has been in such good form of late.
Adam from Wigan has emailed in saying: What an insatiable end of season performance. Roberto is world class and we have to keep hold of him. Keep a listen out at the 8th minute, the fans will complete a round of applause for 8 seasons in the prem!
Both teams are out on the pitch and kick-off is now just moments away as the teams prepare for the last action of the campaign.
And you Wolves fans out there, we also want to hear from you. Can your new manager bring you back up at the first time of asking? Is he the right man for the job even? And is it water under the bridge or should the club have sticked with Mick McCarthy. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let the world know how you feel.
For you Wigan fans out there, can you describe just how good a job Martinez has done? Can you hold onto him? Will you lose your better players? Please email in to email@example.com and let me know how you feel about staying up and possible player and manager departures.
It is testamount to their ability that they will be in this division next season when many observers had written them off.
Having been written off some time ago, Wigan have taken 18 points from their last eights matches against some of the biggest teams in the league.
The Midlands club will target an instant return to the top-flight and will surely be among the favourites for promotion.
Players will most certainly be derparting from the relegated outfit but the man will ensure if their are any departures, it will surely only be on his terms.
Stale Solbakken, Wolves' new manager will looking at this closely as he will need to make quick decisions about his squad.
Wolves: De Vries, Stearman, Ward, Berra, Zubar, Edwards, Henry, Hunt, Jarvis, Ebanks-Blake, Doyle subs: Ikeme, Elokobi, Johnson, Milijas, Jonsson, Forde, Fletcher
Wigan: Habsi, Caldwell, Boyce, Lopez, Figueroa, McCarthy, Maloney, Moses, McArthur, Beausejour, Di Santo subs: Pollitt, Crusat, Watson, Gomez, Diame, Sammon, Rodallega
Wolves will be playing for pride but Roberto Martinez will insist his side finishing off the campaign in winning style after an impressive end to the campaign.
However, beware of the wounded animal and Wolves will be hoping to give caretaker boss Terry Connor a win in his 13th and final game in charge.
Wigan welcome relegated Wolves to the northwest safe in the knowledge that their place in next season's Premier League is assured.