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Wigan off the underside of the Championship as they maintain Blackburn to goalless draw


Wigan climbed off the underside of the Championship as they held Blackburn Rovers to a 0-Zero draw Ewood Park.

Goalkeepers Christian Walton and Jamie Jones each made very good saves late on to maintain the perimeters goalless.

Antonee Robinson turns away from Ryan Nyambe
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Wigan began the sport strongly and seemed removed from a struggling aspect with Gavin Massey placing some harmful balls within the field.

Josh Windass beat his man within the 23rd minute and fired the ball throughout the face of objective however no teammates might get on the tip of it.

The 2 sides went in 0-Zero on the break however Blackburn boss Tony Mowbray wouldn’t have been pleased with the efficiency he noticed.

The half-time crew speak appeared to have labored as the house aspect began linking up higher and creating possibilities.

Within the 53rd minute, Danny Graham met Bradley Dack’s deep cross however Wigan have been in a position to clear.

Bradley Dack was stretchered off with a knee damage
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On the different finish, Windass had a transparent shot on objective from ten yards out however blazed over the bar and it will not have counted anyway as a result of the whistle had already gone.

Blackburn then misplaced Bradley Dack to a nasty wanting knee damage as he went down screaming in agony.

In a frantic 60 seconds, Ryan Nyambe practically gifted Wigan an opportunity on objective when his poor again go was practically intercepted.

Danny Graham then went up the opposite finish and hit the crossbar from Lewis Holtby’s cross.


Christian Walton stored Rovers within the recreation with two wonderful saves within the area of two minutes.

The primary was a surprising shot from Sam Morsy and the second a header from Cedric Kipre from level clean vary.

It was Wigan goalkeeper Jamie Jones’ flip to maintain his aspect in it as he made two good saves in fast succession to maintain out Blackburn.

Jones then saved low all the way down to his left from a fierce shot by Lewis Holtby within the second minute of added time as the sport ended 0-0.



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