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Corner taken by Adam Clayton, clearance by Jean Beausejour.
James Vaughan has a shot on goal from outside the box which misses right.
Shot by Calum Woods from outside the area goes high over the crossbar. James McArthur leaves the field to be replaced by James McCarthy.
A goal is scored by Arouna Kone from inside the penalty area high into the middle of the goal. Huddersfield 1-4 Wigan.
Neil Danns delivers the ball, Joel Robles makes a comfortable save.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Roman Golobart by James Vaughan. Joel Robles takes the free kick.
Corner taken short by Ronnie Stam.
Callum McManaman goes into the referee's book for time wasting.
Jean Beausejour produces a cross, Alex Smithies makes a save.
Foul by Shaun Maloney on Neil Danns, free kick awarded. Adam Clayton takes the direct free kick.
Jean Beausejour comes on in place of Jordi Gomez.
Headed effort from inside the area by James Vaughan misses to the left of the goal.
Adam Clayton challenges James McArthur unfairly and gives away a free kick. Oliver Norwood comes on in place of Sean Scannell. Paul Scharner restarts play with the free kick.
Lee Novak grabs a headed goal from deep inside the penalty box. Huddersfield 1-3 Wigan.Calum Woods provided the assist for the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Arouna Kone on Sean Scannell. Anthony Gerrard takes the free kick.
James Vaughan challenges Fraser Fyvie unfairly and gives away a free kick. James Vaughan is shown a yellow card. Free kick taken by Paul Scharner.
James McArthur grabs a goal from the edge of the penalty box to the top right corner of the goal. Huddersfield 0-3 Wigan.Assist on the goal came from Jordi Gomez. Roger Espinoza goes off and Shaun Maloney comes on.
Maynor Figueroa produces a left-footed shot from the edge of the box and misses to the left of the goal.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Paul Scharner by Lee Novak. Paul Scharner restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by James Vaughan on Paul Scharner, free kick awarded. Joel Robles takes the free kick.
James Vaughan takes a shot. Save by Joel Robles.
Outswinging corner taken by Adam Clayton from the right by-line, Headed effort from inside the area by Peter Clarke misses to the left of the goal. Free kick awarded for a foul by Neil Danns on Jordi Gomez. Direct free kick taken by Joel Robles.
Alan Lee goes off and James Vaughan comes on. Chris Atkinson leaves the field to be replaced by Lee Novak.
Calum Woods sends in a cross.
Arouna Kone gets on the score sheet with a goal from close in to the bottom right corner of the goal. Huddersfield 0-2 Wigan.Jordi Gomez provided the assist for the goal. Jordi Gomez takes a shot. Anthony Gerrard gets a block in.
Effort from just outside the box by Roger Espinoza goes over the bar.
Maynor Figueroa fouled by Alan Lee, the ref awards a free kick. James McArthur takes the free kick.
Corner taken short by Jordi Gomez. Scott Arfield gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Jordi Gomez. Jordi Gomez takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by James McArthur on Chris Atkinson. Free kick taken by Alex Smithies.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Arouna Kone on Scott Arfield. Direct free kick taken by Alex Smithies.
Callum McManaman gets on the score sheet with a goal from inside the six-yard box high into the middle of the goal. Huddersfield 0-1 Wigan.Assist by James McArthur.
Alan Lee is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Free kick taken by Paul Scharner.
Ronnie Stam delivers the ball, save made by Alex Smithies.
Foul by Adam Clayton on Callum McManaman, free kick awarded. Free kick crossed left-footed by Jordi Gomez from left wing, Alan Lee makes a clearance. Corner taken by Roger Espinoza from the left by-line played to the near post, clearance made by Neil Danns. Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Sean Scannell by Fraser Fyvie. Peter Clarke takes the direct free kick.
Callum McManaman delivers the ball.
James McArthur is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick. Jack Hunt restarts play with the free kick.
Maynor Figueroa gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Sean Scannell. Free kick crossed right-footed by Adam Clayton from right channel.
Unfair challenge on Scott Arfield by Roger Espinoza results in a free kick. Peter Clarke restarts play with the free kick.
Roger Espinoza fouled by Chris Atkinson, the ref awards a free kick. James McArthur restarts play with the free kick.
Header from deep inside the area by Alan Lee goes harmlessly over the crossbar.
Neil Danns gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Fraser Fyvie. Paul Scharner takes the free kick.
Shot from long distance by Fraser Fyvie misses to the right of the target.
Corner taken by Roger Espinoza played to the near post, clearance by Anthony Gerrard.
Adam Clayton challenges Roger Espinoza unfairly and gives away a free kick. Joel Robles restarts play with the free kick.
Neil Danns has a headed effort at goal from deep inside the area missing to the right of the goal.
Jordi Gomez produces a header from inside the six-yard box that clears the bar.
Arouna Kone takes a shot. Blocked by Anthony Gerrard.
Unfair challenge on Maynor Figueroa by Alan Lee results in a free kick. Roman Golobart takes the free kick.
Adam Clayton takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Blocked by Maynor Figueroa.
Robins begins new era in cup
Huddersfield's FA Cup clash with Wigan will mark the start of a new era at the club with an excited Mark Robins taking charge for the first time.
The former Rotherham boss became the third Town manager in a year this week, following his decision to leave Coventry just five months after taking charge.
In that time he had dragged the Sky Blues away from the relegation zone to just outside the npower League One play-off places. But the chance to be involved in the Terriers' ambitious plans was took good to refuse for the 43-year-old.
"There was a synergy between what the club wants and the way I've been working," said Robins. "It's an exciting project, there's no doubt about it. There has been a lot of investment, as you can see with all the work going on at the training facility.
"There's been investment in the team too and the attraction stems from the owner. I've admired what Dean Hoyle has done from afar in taking this club forward."
Town chairman Hoyle has big plans for the club but he has shown his ruthlessness with managers over the past 12 months when he feels they are not fulfilling his ambitions.
In February last year, Lee Clark had the Terriers fourth in League One, having led them to the play-off final the season before. But Hoyle did not believe the former Newcastle player could take the club into the Championship, and promptly replaced him with Simon Grayson.
Grayson led Town to promotion at the first attempt, thanks to a penalty shoot-out win over Sheffield United in the play-off final, but after a good start in the Championship, the club went 12 games without a win.
With Town's league status threatened, Grayson was sacked. After three weeks searching for the perfect candidate, Hoyle now thinks he has found him.
"Mark has shown his skill in getting the most from the resources at his disposal, none more so than his recent achievements at Coventry," he told the club's official website. "He has also shown an ability to develop young players. His work with the FA on the Elite Player Performance Plan and his commitment to development was a big factor in his appointment."
Defender Peter Clarke and on-loan midfielder Neil Danns will return to contention.
Clarke has missed the last fortnight under doctor's orders following concussion, while Danns was not given permission to play in Tuesday night's fourth-round replay win at parent club Leicester.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has emphasised that there is no danger of his team taking the game lightly.
The Latics have plenty to think about right now in terms of the Barclays Premier League, in which they are second-bottom with 12 games to go, three points adrift of safety.
And for the clash with the Terriers, who have been struggling in the npower Championship, Martinez has indicated he is likely to hand another opportunity to some fringe players that have come into the side for previous cup games.
The Spaniard is keen to stress, though, that having reached this stage of the competition for the first time since 1987, Wigan are very much ready to give their all in the match at the John Smith's Stadium.
Continued progression in the cup is something Martinez is eager to see - and believes will only prove beneficial for his team's league form.
"We are not taking the opportunity of being involved in the fifth round of this cup competition lightly, and also we are taking this as a game to help us find our best form in the league," Martinez - yet to oversee a top-flight win in 2013 - said.
"I don't think both competitions should pull against each other.
"It is the opposite - they both should help the team in the same direction.
"The players are desperate to enjoy their challenge, and we would like to include the FA Cup in this vital group of games where we are looking to finish the season on a high."
Martinez has suggested defenders Antolin Alcaraz, Emmerson Boyce and Adrian Lopez and winger Ryo Miyaichi all have a chance of returning to action this weekend.
The boss has also indicated he is likely to hand another opportunity to some fringe players that have come into the team for previous cup games this season.
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