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Wigan v Blackpool: Watch a Live Stream of the Championship match
Blackpool have their backs to the wall, knowing that a defeat could consign them to relegation. Wigan meanwhile have ambitions to catch Queens Park Rangers in fourth place in order to gain a more favourable playoff draw.
Wigan v Blackpool kicks off at Turf Moor at 15:00 UK time on April 26, 2014.
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Wigan are facing a dilemma of trying to snatch 4th place from QPR or resting a few key players as the playoffs beckon. Wigan have endured a long and arduous season with their participation in the Europa League and journey to the FA Cup semi-final, and manager Uwe Rösler knows that he needs his players fresh for the playoffs.
The Latics will be without Chris McCann and Ben Watson as they remain sidelined due to injury.
Blackpool find themselves in the bottom three going into the penultimate match of the campaign with survival out of their own hands and looking increasingly unlikely. Times are tough for Blackpool after 7 games without a win and just 2 points in that period. Blackpool also have the worst away record in the Championship.
The Tangerines are still without Robert Earnshaw, Ricardo Fuller and Jack Robinson.
- Updated: April 25, 2014