Date: 28th February 2009 at 1:42pm
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Wigan Athletic visit Chelsea today and the Latics have a little record running of not scored or conceded a goal in the last three games but Steve Bruce will be looking to keep one of those intact today and hopefully break the other one

A victory at Chelsea would be a monumental result for the Latics and it would keep the club hot on the heels of 6th placed Everton in pursuit of that European qualification spot.

The current poll here on Vital Latics is asking who do you think will be the first goal scorer today, you can participate on the right side of this page, just click your choice then hit the submit button, yes its that easy.

I am going for the 0-0 option.


Vital Wigans latest Latics Speyk podcast, Podcast 4 the Chelsea Preview is now available for download, the podcast is the 4th in the series and features an interview with Chelsea fan Merlin who is also the site editor over on Vital Chelsea and there is an interview with ex Wigan Athletic midfield man Tommy Gore


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