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Can the Latics Burst Uniteds Bubble

Can the Latics Burst Uniteds Bubble


Steve Bruce takes his Wigan Athletic side to Old Trafford to face his former club Manchester United hoping to become the first team in 8 league matches to score against the current Premier League, European and World champions

United haven`t conceded a Premier League goal since Arsenals Nasri scored in the 48th minute of the game at the Emirates on November 8th and with just 10 league goals conceded so far this season Fergusons team have the stingiest defence in English football

Latics have scored 13 goals in 9 away fixtures and are bang in form at the moment having won 6 of the last 7 and pushing hard in 7th spot in the league just 4 places and 10 points behind United.


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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Tuesday January 13 2009
Time: 10:39PM

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Heres hoping for at least one goal tomorrow
worbo
13/01/2009 22:40:00
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We create plenty of chances on the edge of the box and will have a few against united, this is one team you need to convert the chances or it will come back and bite us. Would love to score the 1st goal of the match and lead at the break
Sprayzen
14/01/2009 09:51:00
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its depends on the players if the going to support on heskey and zaki or not somtimes they like to show up like valencia and dee ridder and W.palcious i hope they be fight together on the pitch and to not going for show up as almost do ;(
ahmedhossam
14/01/2009 11:49:00
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To score in itself would be fantastic. I'm more interested in the Eastlands fixture. Its a tricky month but I think we'll get some points in Jan.
robin
14/01/2009 12:26:00
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