• Wigan manager Roberto Martinez had plenty to ponder before the start of the crucial clash with Swansea City.
  • Wigan striker Arouna Kone holds off Pablo Hernandez during the opening stages.
  • While Martinez watched from close range, Swansea City counterpart Michael Laudrup was happy to take his seat.
  • Ashley Williams gets a bit confused with his sports as he lashes a free-kick over the bar for a conversion at the home of Wigan Warriors
  • Itay Shechter puts in a strong challenge on Wigan midfielder Ben Watson during the opening 45 minutes.
  • Just as it seemed that the first half would finish scoreless, Roger Espinoza (lying on the floor) popped up with a goal for Wigan.
  • The lead disappeared five minutes after the break, however, when Angel Rangel levelled matters with a rare strike.
  • James McCarthy did put the hosts back in front, boosting their hopes of avoiding the drop yet again...
  • only for striker Shechter to level things up again soon after with his first goal since November 2011.
  • Things got even worse for Wigan when full-back Dwight Tiendalli made it 3-2 to the visitors after 76 minutes.
  • The game was held up for a lengthy period in the second half as Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm had to be stretchered off
  • The home defeat leaves Martinez's men stuck in the bottom three ahead of their FA Cup final appearance at the weekend.
  • Manchester City, Wigan's Wembley opponents, were also in action on Tuesday night
  • Despite both teams having little to play for, there was no lack of effort
  • Roberto Mancini orders his troops around as opposite number Steve Clarke watches on.
  • West Brom goalkeeper Boaz Myhill goes up for the ball under pressure from Micah Richards
  • Edin Dzeko grabbed the only goal 10 minutes before the break...
  • And the striker seemed to be sending out a message with his celebration
  • Manchester City could have added further goals, with Jack Rodwell not quite sure how he didn't find the target
  • Joe Hart dives acrobatically to make sure the Baggies don't find an equaliser in the closing stages

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Wigan manager Roberto Martinez had plenty to ponder before the start of the crucial clash with Swansea City.