FT: Liverpool 3 Wigan 0

FULL-TIME: The game finishes 3-0 to Liverpool in what was a comfortable win for the home with Luis Suarez helping himself to two goals and Jose Enrique also finding the net.

Enrique whips in two fine crosses with the first one being punched away by Al Habsi and the second cleared by the Wigan defence.

There will be four minutes of added time at the end of the 90 minutes.

Sterling picks out Shelvey inside the box, but his effort is comfortably saved by Al Habsi.

From the corner Beausejour picks out Jones inside the box, but the midfielder lifts his shot over the top.

Wigan win a corner as Wisdom blocks Maloney's cross.

Liverpool make their final change as Suarez comes off to a standing ovation with Shelvey on for the two-goal striker.

Boyce tees up Gomez on the edge of the box, but the midfielder drags his effort wide of the target.

McCarthy has a sight of goal from 30 yards out, but leaning back he fires his shot well wide of the target.

Good sliding challenge from Skrtel to keep out Beausejour.

Liverpool make a change as Carragher comes on for Agger.

Suarez misses a chance to grab his hat-trick as Enrique plays him in down the left and he drags his shot across the face of goal.

From the corner Figueroa produces a good block to deny Gerrard.

Good move from Liverpool as Wisdom's cross is turned behind for a corner by Figueroa.

Johnson is inches away from scoring as he runs unchallenge from just inside his own half and his shot just fizzes past the post.

Kone hits the post from close-range, but his blushes are spared as he is adjudged to have been offside.

Miyaichi wins a corner off Johnson for Wigan.

Liverpool unlucky not to win a free-kick on the edge of the box as Ramis appears to go through the back of Suarez to win the ball.

Suarez tries to race clear on goal, but he is caught offside.

Decent chance for Wigan as Beausejour fires over a cross to Gomez inside the box, but he lifts his shot over the top. Wigan's best chance of the game.

Double change for Wigan as Gomez comes on for Caldwell and Miyaichi replaces Di Santo who was also booked for protesting about Liverpool's third goal.

It is one-way traffic and the Liverpool players are lining up to shoot, but Sterling and Gerrard take too long and Wigan manage to clear the danger.

What a miss by Henderson as Enrique picks him unmarked inside the box, but he blazes his left-footed shot horribly over the top.

Caldwell is booked for protesting about the goal after the ball appeared to be a Wigan throw-in before the throw-in was given to the home side.

GOAL: Liverpool make it 3-0 as Enrique nets his first goal for the club. The Spaniard is on hand to tap home after Al Habsi can only palm out Sterling's shot across the six-yard box.

Suarez is lucky to escape a booking after appearing to catch Jones on his ankle with a late challenge. The good and the bad from Suarez today.

Can Suarez go on and complete his hat-trick? Sky Bet make him 4/1 to do so by netting next.

Great move from Liverpool as Sterling picks out Suarez in the box and his shot is deflected just wide of the target for a corner.

More great play from Suarez to get round Caldwell only for the striker to drag his shot well wide of the target.

Good defending from Skrtel to let the ball run out of play to snuff out the danger from Beausejour.

GOAL: Liverpool make it 2-0 as Enrique slips Suarez in on goal and the striker makes no mistake as he slides it past Al Habsi.

Liverpool try to catch Wigan on the break, but Suarez's pass is cut out by Ramis.

Reina punches away Jones' corner.

Wigan a corner as Johnson heads Beausejour's cross behind.

The ball drops to Henderson 30 yards from the goal and he fires in a shot into the ground which bounces just wide of the target.

Di Santo tries his luck from 30 yards out and his shot takes a deflection before falling into the arms of Reina.

More good defending from Caldwell to keep out Gerrard's cross from the right.

Suarez almost produces superb skill to bring the ball out of the sky, but it just runs out of play.

Ramis is lucky to escape a booking as he bundles over Suarez after a neat turn from the forward.

Strong defending from Enrique to hold off Kone to give the home side a goalkick.

GOAL: Liverpool break the deadlock as Sterling pounces on a poor pass from Beausejour to round Figueroa and he picks out Suarez inside the box and he fires home high into the net.

Ramis goes in hard on Gerrard, but the referee sorts out the problem.

Wigan get the second half underway.

Liverpool remain Sky Bet's strong favourites to pick up all three points at 4/6 with Wigan 6/1 for victory and a draw 7/4. Luis Suarez is 11/4 to break the deadlock.

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The referee brings the first half to a close and it is 0-0 with chances few and far between.

Liverpool playing with ten men as Allen has gone down the tunnel for stitches in that head wound.

Another good block from Caldwell as Agger lines up a shot with his right-foot.

Another corner as Ramis heads Enrique's cross behind. Can the home side make the breakthrough?

Another corner for Liverpool as Caldwell heads Enrique's cross behind.

Allen is in need of treatment as he has blood coming out of a head wound after being caught by a stray boot from Maloney.

There will be four minutes of added time at the end of the first half due to Watson's injury.

Suarez is given a talking to by Kevin Friend after hooking Ramis round the shoulder as he tries to get round the defender to the ball.

Smart save from Al Habsi as Gerrard plays in Suarez and his cross is prodded goalwards by Enrique, but Al Habsi is down quickly to save the effort.

Superb pressing from Wigan as Liverpool are forced to go the whole back to Reina after being inside the Wigan half.

Suarez tries to take on Figueroa, but he overhits the ball and it runs out of play. Liverpool struggling to create chances against a well-organised Wigan defence.

The ball drops to an unmarked Gerrard 30 yards from goal, but he cuts across the ball and it flies well wide of the target.

Figueroa is booked for a late foul on Sterling.

Henderson has gone into midfield alongside Allen with Gerrard pushing a little further.

Liverpool forced into a change as well as Henderson comes on for Suso. Looks like it was a tactical change rather than an injury.

Suarez takes the free-kick himself, but he lifts over the wall and the crossbar. Poor effort from the striker.

Suarez wins a free-kick 30 yards from goal after a fine turn with McCarthy bringing down the striker. Chance for a shot at goal for the home side.

Figueroa takes a long run up to take the free-kick, but it is well over the top much to the delight of the home fans.

Agger is given a ticking off by referee Kevin Friend after conceding a free-kick for a foul on Di Santo.

Wigan are forced into the change as Watson is unable to continue and David Jones comes on for the visitors.

Great chance for Liverpool as Johnson gets to the byline and sends over a cross to Suso six yards from goal, but the Spaniard heads over the top. Best chance of the game.

From the free-kick Ramis fires in a shot which is deflected behind for a corner.

Watson hobbles off for more treatment, but it looks very doubtful whether or not he will be able to continue.

Watson is getting lengthy treatment on the injury and a stretcher has now been called for.

It looks like Watson has injured his shin in the challenge.

Beausejour's corner is cleared by Skrtel and in challenging for the ball Watson comes off the worst in a challenge with Sterling. The Wigan midfielder is in pain and in need of treatment.

Wigan win a corner as Agger heads Watson's inviting free-kick behind.

Best effort of the game so far as Suso drills in a shot from the edge of the box, which is pushed clear by Al Habsi.

Gerrard's corner is headed over the crossbar by Agger as Liverpool look to exert some pressure on the visitors.

The ball drops to Johnson on the edge of the box, but his effort is deflected behind by Watson for another corner.

Good defending from McCarthy as he clears Gerrard's dangerous free-kick behind for another corner.

Play switches up to the other end and Kone tries his luck from 30 yards and Reina is forced into the save.

Liverpool win another corner as Caldwell heads Johnson's cross behind. Suso's delivery is cleared before Gerrard's picks it up only to see his cross cleared as well.

Some claims for a penalty as Enrique goes down in the box under pressure from Ramis, but the referee is not interested.

Lovely passing move from Wigan much have been 25-30 passes in it as Kone tees up Watson on the edge of the box, but the midfielder blazes his effort over the top.

Wigan have a decent spell of possession but not making any inroads in the final third as yet.

Another good block by Caldwell from Suarez's shot as the Liverpool striker lined up an effort from the edge of the box.

Suso's corner is poor and is cleared by the Wigan defence.

From the corner Agger's header is deflected just wide of the target for another corner.

Liverpool go close as Suarez's cross is turned behind for a corner to the home side.

Good defending from Wisdom as he plays the ball off Beausejour to win a goalkick for the home side

Suarez is adjudged to have fouled Figueroa as he chased down the defender.

Good run from Suso who fires in a shot which is brilliantly blocked by Caldwell.

Enrique has the first noteworthy shot of the game as he wins the ball 40 yards from goal before advancing to the edge of the box and dragging his shot wide of the target.

The corner is worked short and is wasted by the homeside as Wigan win a goalkick.

Liverpool win the first corner of the game after good work between Enrique and Johnson.

Early feel of the ball for Al Habsi as Enrique's pass towards Suarez is overhit.

Kick-off: Liverpool get the game underway attacking the Kop end.

The two teams are out on the pitch as we approach kick-off.

Scott Filtness is expecting a 3-0 home success for the home time with the in-form Suarez to score

Alex Dawber is going for a 1-1 draw with Suarez and Kone on the mark.

Grant Charlesworth is predicting a 3-1 win for Liverpool with two goals for Suarez and one for Gerrard.

Myles Rawlings is hoping to see Jose Enrique in a more advanced role and is going for a 3-0 win for Liverpool. Give me your predictions.

Wigan fan Sarah on Twitter is going for a 1-0 win to Wigan with Shaun Maloney scoring. What are your predictions?

Be interesting to see how Liverpool line-up today will it be 3-5-2 or will Jose Enrique have a role in midfield? Let me know your thoughts.

Liverpool look to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven games against Wigan and are 4/9 to do so at Anfield, with the visitors 6/1 and the draw available at 100/30. The Latics were 2-1 winners here last season and you can back a repeat of that scoreline at 18/1. Unsurprisingly, Luis Suarez is the clear favourite in the first goalscorer market at 3/1, but we've price boosted England new-boy Raheem Sterling to 13/2 (from 11/2) to score the opener this afternoon.

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Wigan starting XI: Al Habsi; Ramis, Caldwell, Boyce, Figueroa; Beausejour, Watson, McCarthy; Maloney, Di Santo, Kone.

Liverpool starting XI: Reina, Wisdom, Johnson, Agger, Skrtel, Allen, Gerrard, Enrique, Suso, Sterling, Suarez.

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