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Wigan Athletic will hope to build on their FA Cup heroics when they welcome Newcastle United to the DW Stadium on Sunday.
Wigan v NewcastleRoberto Martinez's side have been in poor form of late in the Premier League - winning only one of their last eight matches and losing four - but gave themselves a major confidence boost by beating Everton 3-0 in the FA Cup last weekend.
Wigan cut through David Moyes' more-fancied side with three goals in four first-half minutes to book their place in the semi-finals.
However, a trip to Wembley fails to gloss over the fact that they are currently fighting a desperate relegation battle and need to save their best performances for the league rather than the cup.
Newcastle also go into the game with a cup competition at the back of their minds after progressing to the last eight of the Europa League with a last-gasp win over Anzhi Makhachkala on Thursday.
But that's where the similarities with Wigan end, having hauled themselves out of immediate relegation danger with a timely run of four wins from their last six league games.
Alan Pardew's side had been set for a battle against the drop in January, but the club then made a swathe of transfer-window signings and are now a healthy-looking nine points clear of the bottom three.
Indeed, they are level on points with 10th-placed Fulham and thoughts are now turning towards an unlikely top-half finish.
You can only watch the best Premier League coverage here on Sky Sports. Watch Wigan Athletic v Newcastle United exclusively live on Sky Sports 1HD, 3D and Sky Go from 3.30pm on Sunday 17th March. Click here for more detailsWigan are without Ryo Miyaichi for the visit of Newcastle on Sunday after the on-loan Arsenal winger damaged ankle ligaments against Everton last weekend.
The Japan international was stretchered off midway through the second half and will require surgery.
Callum McManaman was another casualty of the Everton win after being forced off with an ankle injury and is a doubt to face Newcastle, while Albert Crusa (knee) and Ivan Ramis (knee) are both long-term absentees.Newacastle are likely to be without Hatem Ben Arfa as the French winger continues to fight back to full fitness following a hamstring problem.
Tim Krul is still out with a hamstring injury, so Rob Elliot will continue in goal.
Fabricio Coloccini is also missing with a back complaint, so Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa will keep his place in defence.
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