Date: 18th March 2017 at 4:50pm
Written by:
Wigan Athletic
0 – 2
Aston Villa

DW Stadium

Championship

18/03/17

Referee: Tony Harrington

Wigan AthleticAston Villa
Chester (73'), Hogan (84')
GilksJohnstone
MorganHutton
BuxtonChester
BurnJedinak
Kellett54Taylor
Morsy82Bree60
MacDonaldHourihane
 
JacobsGardner60
Hanson
 
Amavi
Obertan61Adomah84
BogleKodjia

Substitutes

PerkinsRichards
PowerLansbury
 
60
Gilbey82Elphick84
Connolly54Hogan60
BruceBunn
Colclough61Davis
HaugaardGrealish

Game Statistics

15Goal attempts8
6On Target3
9Corners7
11Fouls14
1Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
56%44
 

14 Replies to “Stats: Wigan Athletic v Aston Villa”

  • Statistics go against us but we still won! Isn’t that the way the Championship works? 5 wins in 6, 5 clean sheets and only 1 goal conceded! On this form does anyone believe we can actually make the play-offs?

  • What a great result against a team fighting for survival and away from home as possible Huge plus Scott Hogan scoring his first of hopefully many villa goals. Play offs still possible, but I would be more than happy with a top 8 finish with the momentum c

  • What a great result against a team fighting for survival and away from home as possible Huge plus Scott Hogan scoring his first of hopefully many villa goals. Play offs still possible, but I would be more than happy with a top 8 finish with the momentum c

  • Well that was awful. After a scraped win at Rotherham and a blunt but decent defensive performance at Huddersfield I thought surely we could play a decent away game just for once. But apart from Johnston who saved us from defeat and the centre backs (igno

  • Bruce says got to be better than that. Hourihane says not a pretty win (we won ugly). I say I need a rant after watching that – but did anyone see it much differently? As I said our players are better than that!

  • 3 points, performances can follow – we have to go into next season without a losing mentality so for now that’s all that matters to me.

  • Didn’t watch the game but echo stennys sentiment. If your playing well results will come if your not then your riding your luck. Let’s hope the recent wins give us confidence to express ourselves on the ball and press higher up the pitch. UTV

  • For the first time in a long time ( apart from a few trips to Wembley ), I decided to make the long haul to Wigan today for an away game rather than VP. When a lot of time, travel and expense is involved it is easy to be critical, but I did manage to take

  • A win is a win and I’ll take it all day long. If we performed badly and won then that’s great as it shows we are building the winning mentality. Fergie’s teams won many a league on still winning when not playing well. The fact we have so many injuries and

  • I didn’t see the match either but from what I managed to pick up, we weren’t good. Like a cross between a rock and a hard place I suppose. Yes it’s a good run we’re putting together and yes we’re growing in confidence as a squad, but surely the perfor

  • 5 wins in 6 and only 1 goal conceded in that time and some people still want to complain, unbelievable!! I cant remember many teams winning this league by playing nice tippy tappy football. We need a team ready to battle and fight to get the 3 points, eve

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