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Wigan have confirmed that they have beaten the snow and today's Premier League match against Sunderland is on.

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Wigan have beaten the snow and face Sunderland today.

Wigan have beaten the snow and face Sunderland today.

Wigan have confirmed that they have beaten the snow and today's Premier League match against Sunderland will go ahead.

The Latics revealed the news on their official website: "The club can confirm that today's Barclays Premier League match against Sunderland at the DW Stadium WILL GO AHEAD as scheduled at 3.00pm.

"A plan of action involving DW Stadium staff working through the night was put in place to ensure that today's game would survive the inclement weather conditions.''

Plenty of Football League matches were postponed yesterday but none have been added so far today.

Saturday January 19 postponed matches

npower League One
Bury v Stevenage
Crawley v Carlisle
Crewe v Milton Keynes Dons
Hartlepool v Colchester
Scunthorpe v Portsmouth
Yeovil v Preston

npower League Two
Accrington Stanley v AFC Wimbledon
Barnet v Fleetwood
Bristol Rovers v Exeter
Oxford v Rotherham
Port Vale v Bradford
Rochdale v Gillingham
Southend v Plymouth
Torquay v Chesterfield

Blue Square Bet Premier
Hereford v Dartford
Lincoln v Wrexham
Ebbsfleet United v Tamworth
Nuneaton v Luton
Hyde v Cambridge Utd

Irn-Bru Scottish First Division

Cowdenbeath v Dunfermline Athletic

Irn-Bru Scottish Second Division
Ayr v Stenhousemuir
Brechin v Albion
Stranraer v Arbroath

Irn-Bru Scottish Third Division

Berwick Ranger v Elgin City
Stirling v Annan


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