Everton take their preparations for the 2023/24 season to Greater Manchester when they face Wigan in a pre-season friendly this weekend.
Sean Dyche will take charge of his first full season at Goodison Park after he kept The Toffees in the Premier League last campaign following his appointment in January. His preparations have so far seen his side sign veteran Ashley Young on a free transfer and beat Stade Nyonnais 2-1 in Switzerland.
Wigan are preparing for life in League One following their relegation from the Championship in dead last. Mid-season appointment Shaun Maloney was unable to have a Dyche-like effect at the DW Stadium, but his services have been retained as they now gear up for existence in the third tier of English football.
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When is Wigan vs Everton?
Wigan vs Everton takes place on Saturday 22nd July at the DW Stadium.
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What is the kick-off time for Wigan vs Everton?
Wigan vs Everton will kick-off at 2pm (UK time).
Where can I watch Wigan vs Everton on TV?
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Wigan team news
It’s been a summer of big change already for Wigan. The likes of Will Keane, Max Power and Steven Caulker have all left, while Maloney has reunited with Callum McManaman, whom he starred alongside as Wigan won the FA Cup final over Manchester City in 2013. McManaman rejoins Wigan having had two spells at the DW previously.
Bayern Munich’s Liam Morrison has also been loaned, with the Scotland U21 international getting his first chance of senior football. Liverpool’s teenage midfielder James Balagizi has also been brought in on loan, while Matt Smith has joined following his release from Arsenal.
Everton team news
So far, Dyche has only brought in one player in 38-year-old Young, which doesn’t really bode well for Everton given a clutch of important names have departed, including Tom Davies, Yerry Mina, Conor Coady and Andros Townsend.
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