I'm not sure Wigan will be able to keep the score down if they concede one, which they should do. The floodgates could definitely open if City get into their stride. Wigan are missing their captain Morsy as well as a host of players on loan. On a separate note, do you think you'd have picked Wigan on a plus if Tottenham had beaten Rochdale as expected? When I read your post I got the feeling you were jumping ship from backing the favourite because your bet had gone down - but just because it went down doesn't mean it was the wrong bet. If anything I'd be tempted to take your Tottenham bets and put the same ones on City. I think tonight will be very different to yesterday - relaid pitch or not, the surface at Spotland was not good and it affected the Tottenham players from what I saw. They weren't as sure of themselves on the ball as they normally are but as far as I know the pitch at Wigan is decent. Also, City should be naming a stronger side than Tottenham did.