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Wigan - It`s Sib`s and Aggy

Wigan Athletic supporters who voted on the latest Vital Wigan poll decided that the preferred attacking option for the Latics in the absence of Emile Heskey is Antoine Sibierski partnering Julius Aghahowa

Chris Hutchings don`t think so

The game at Reading saw Marcus Bent and Antoine Sibierski start the match and after 80 minutes Sibierski was replaced by Aghahowa to give the Nigerian a run along side Bent

Marcus Bent opened his Latics account with a thundering header from a Koumas corner on 50 minutes and played the better of the strikers justifying his selection, Aghahowa missed arguably Latics best chance of the game when clean through on 85 minutes

What ever the chosen option during Heskey`s absence one thing is for sure they had better start taking the chances that come their way

What the poll asked - Who will Latics front two be in Heskey`s absence?

How you voted - Sibierski and Bent 30%, Sibierski and Aghahowa 67%, Aghahowa and Bent 3%

Current Poll - Whilst we are talking about yesterday`s game Chris Kirkland had a mixture of fortunes, pulling off a world class save to deny a certain goal and then spill a soft shot into the path of Kitson for a tap in

Paul Robinson has been in mixed form for Spurs whilst Ben Foster and Scott Carson are hardly setting the world on fire and Robert Green has yet to prove himself, so here at Vital Wigan we are asking - 'Who should be England`s number 1?`

Let the poll do the talking before we do when the voting finishes.

The poll can be accessed on the right side of this page

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 23 2007

Time: 5:25PM

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Hurry back Emile, oh and Kirkland should be Englands number 1
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