23/03/2012 11:54 | By MSN Sport/Opta
Premier League preview - 24-26 March 2012

Liverpool v Wigan Athletic



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Liverpool v Wigan Athletic (Saturday, 3pm)
Liverpool have won none of the last four league meetings with Wigan, with the last three in a row ending as draws. The Latics have only scored eight goals in 13 Premier League meetings with Liverpool.

Only Wigan (8.4%) have a lower chance conversion rate than Liverpool (9.1%) in the Premier League this season.

Luis Suarez has won more penalties than any other player this season in the PL (four). Gary Caldwell has conceded more penalties than any other Premier League player this season (four).

Only Wigan (seven) and Wolves (five) have picked up fewer points than Liverpool (eight) in 2012. The Reds have lost four of their last five Premier League matches. Only Man City have lost fewer Premier League home games than Liverpool (one), but the Reds have drawn the most home games this season (eight).

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24/03/2012 11:18
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dose it matter if tevez plays as long as we win games take title away from scum bags come on you blues all the way city forever
24/03/2012 00:34
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come on the swans you can beat these Smile
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