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Victor Moses scored the only goal of the game on Sunday.

The former Crystal Palace forward took in Franco di Santo's pass and netted on the stroke of half-time with a neat left-footed strike.

Star midfielder McCarthy suffered an ankly injury, though, and will be assessed over the next 24 hours.

Latics boss Roberto Martinez: "He's an important player for us and has Premier League experience."

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