|Gary Caldwell, G|
|Hendry Thomas (Garcia Jordi Gomez, 88)|
|Mohamed Diame (Paul Scharner, 58)|
|Jason Scotland (Scott Sinclair, 80)|
|Louis Saha (James Vaughan, 90)|
|Landon Donovan (Victor Anichebe, 75)|
The whistle goes for full-time as Everton extend their unbeaten run while Wigan rue their missed chances.
Charles N'Zogbia hits a fine shot but it rattles the crossbar and ricochets out.
James Vaughan replaces Louis Saha.
Louis Saha goes down injured and eventually Titus Bramble knocks the ball out of play.
There are four minutes of added time.
The Wigan players are looking tired as they chase the game.
Garcia Jordi Gomez comes on for Hendry Thomas.
Tim Cahill is flagged offside as the Everton fans celebrate their lead.
Maynor Figueroa was injured while that corner was being taken and has limped off the field.
Leighton Baines sends in the corner and it's headed past Vladimir Stojkovic by Tim Cahill.
Hendry Thomas is working hard and has conceded another corner.
Everton are getting more set-pieces now, another Leighton Baines corner is dealt with by Vladimir Stojkovic.
Leighton Baines sends in a corner which is eventually claimed by Vladimir Stojkovic.
Jason Scotland is replaced by Scott Sinclair.
Jason Scotland almost gets in ahead of the Everton defence from the corner but Johnny Heitinga does well and Tim Howard can make the clearance.
Hugo Rodallega drills the ball into the wall and Wigan have a corner.
Steven Pienaar is booked for breaking out of the wall too early.
Marouane Fellaini pulls back Charles N'Zogbia and Wigan have a free-kick 10 yards outside the area.
Victor Anichebe is on for Landon Donovan.
Vladimir Stojkovic fumbles at a Steven Pienaar effort and the ball ends up in the net but the offside flag is up.
Paul Scharner's shot is straight at Tim Howard and he might have been better finding a colleague.
Marouane Fellaini clips the ball over the top but it's too far ahead of Tim Cahill.
Phil Neville sends in a cross but it's far too deep and goes out for a goal-kick.
The referee is trying his best to let the game flow by playing advantage but there are a lot of niggly fouls now.
Emmerson Boyce puts in a couple of good crosses but again Wigan can't find the target.
Now James McCarthy breaks foward but overhits the ball and allows Philippe Senderos to make the challenge.
There are ironic cheers around the DW as Hendry Thomas wins a free-kick but Wigan don't make the most of it and Everton can clear.
Paul Scharner breaks forward and has options but overruns the ball.
Paul Scharner is flagged offside.
Paul Scharner replaces Mohamed Diame.
Leon Osman is booked for a late tackle on Charles N'Zogbia.
The corner is cleared and Wigan get a free-kick after Landon Donovan is penalised.
Everton have a corner in front of their fans.
The Wigan fans still aren't happy about the Charles N'Zogbia challenge, claiming they should have had a penalty.
Tim Cahill gets his head on Charles N'Zogbia's free kick and Wigan have a corner, which is cleared by Marouane Fellaini.
Charles N'Zogbia goes down in the box but the referee gives a free-kick just outside the area.
Charles N'Zogbia gets in behind Leighton Baines but Tim Howard is quickly out to concede a throw-in.
Leighton Baines sends in a free-kick which is punched away by Vladimir Stojkovic and Wigan counterattack but Hugo Rodallega 's shot goes wide.
Everton kick off the second half.
The whistle goes for half-time.
Leighton Baines sends in a free-kick which is deflected behind for a corner, which is eventually cleared by Wigan.
There is one minute of added time.
Landon Donovan goes down holding his face and the physios are on the pitch.
There's a bit of a lull at the moment after almost non-stop action.
Hugo Rodallega is caught offside.
Everton clear Charles N'Zogbia's corner.
Emmerson Boyce wins a corner for the home side.
Jason Scotland has a good opportunity from the edge of the box but blasts the ball into the crowd.
Tim Cahill crosses the ball and Titus Bramble is there to make the clearance.
It's end-to-end stuff, Steven Pienaar racing forward but well challenged by Hendry Thomas who sets Wigan on their way.
The Everton fans shout for a penalty after Louis Saha goes down in the area but nothing is given.
Landon Donovan's corner is whipped in and Titus Bramble does enough to put the Everton attack off, the ball going out for a goal-kick.
Louis Saha gets a touch on Leighton Baines's cross but Vladimir Stojkovic does well to deflect the ball for a corner.
Wigan have a corner and the ball is flashed across goal but no-one can get on the end of it.
Jason Scotland has a great chance one-on-one with the keeper but doesn't even hit the target.
Louis Saha makes some space for himself on the edge of the area and his shot is deflected and hits the post.
Hugo Rodallega forces a save from Tim Howard after some good play from Wigan.
Charles N'Zogbia sends in the free-kick from just outside the area but it's too high and Everton have a goal-kick.
Philippe Senderos concedes a free-kick for a push on Jason Scotland and Wigan need to make the most of chances like this.
Tim Cahill volleys right-footed from six yards out but Vladimir Stojkovic makes the save.
The tackles are flying in with much of the play taking place in midfield.
The Wigan players aren't giving Everton any time on the ball, Hendry Thomas is doing a good job closing down in midfield.
Everton have brought a lot of fans the short distance to the DW Stadium and they're making themselves heard.
The corner comes to nothing, Tim Cahill takes a shot which is easily dealt with by Vladimir Stojkovic.
Everton have the first corner of the game.
Louis Saha is flagged offside.
Mohamed Diame puts in a good cross but it's well dealt with by Philippe Senderos.
The crowd howl for a handball from Phil Neville as Wigan go on the attack but the referee isn't interested.
Leon Osman shoots but the ball goes wide.
Everton have started well and are knocking the ball about.
Wigan get the game underway.
Emmerson Boyce comes into the Wigan defence while Jason Scotland plays up front.
Loan signing Philippe Senderos is handed his Everton debut due to an injury to Sylvain Distin.
Reports have claimed Manchester City are lining up a sensational move for Lionel Messi that would see the Barcelona superstar earn £800,000 per week.
The Premier League's four representatives all face crucial matches in the final round of Champions League group games next month.
Arsenal were dealt a severe blow on Monday when it was revealed Francis Coquelin the injury the Frenchman picked up
For years, and years, and years, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have fought tooth and nail to become a Champions League
Manchester United host PSV in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio is wary of a potential Manchester City backlash in Turin this week.