Wigan used to bring hope of a revival, losing only 1 match in the period from early December 2019 to early January 2020. However, two consecutive defeats against Bristol City and Swansea plus the loss of a revival outfit at Leicester City in the FA Cup again pushed Paul Cook's teachers and students into the pit of disappointment.

On the table, the DW team has returned to the penultimate position, 6 points less than the safe area (23 compared to 29). It is worth mentioning, Wigan currently has no bright spots so that NHM can hope for the ability to relinquish. Their defense plays as single individuals who are clumsily paired, lacking in support and duty. In attack, Jamal Lowe and Gavin Massey were disappointing. Currently, the name with the most goals for Wigan is a defender - Chey Dunkley (5 goals).

Meanwhile, despite being 10th, Sheffield Wed is just less than the group that won the play-off round for 4 points. Of course, Sheffield Wed's performance is better than many DW hosts. Statistics of the past 4 matches shows that Garry Monk teachers and students won 3, lost 1. In the away field, Sheffield Wed has a 3-match winning series of professional, including 1 game, which is subject to a difference of 0: 0.

For now, history is on the side of Sheffield Wed. Experiencing 10 times compared to high and low, Sheffield Wed won 6, lost 4. Especially, the last 3 matches, the victory belongs to The Owls. In the latest confrontation with a 0: 0 difference, Sheffield Wed defeated Wigan with a score of 1-0. Quite overlapping when that match also took place at DW. Therefore, the advice is to choose a guest.