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|team 1||score||team 2|
|Bolton||2 - 2||Blackpool|
|Name||Ali Al Habsi|
|Player rating||6.5 (what is this?)|
|34 (Play Fantasy Football)|
|Bolton Wanderers||Wigan Athletic||4 Jul 2011||£ 4,000,000|
|Bolton Wanderers||Wigan Athletic||15 Jul 2010||Loan : Expired|
|Lyn||Bolton Wanderers||1 Jan 2006||Free Transfer|
|Barclays Premier League||Wigan Athletic||28 (0)||0||0||0|
|The FA Cup sponsored by Budweiser||Wigan Athletic||1 (1)||0||0||0|
|Capital One Cup||Wigan Athletic||3 (0)||0||0||0|
|International Match||Oman||1 (0)||0||0||0|
Ali Al Habsi is certain Wigan will pull off their annual escape act despite the added pressure of an FA Cup final appearance.
Ali Al Habsi believes Wigan can turn their fortunes around and avoid relegation for the second straight season
Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez appreciates that goalkeepers make the odd mistake and still considers Ali Al Habsi to be the best around.
Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez has backed goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi despite his erratic performance against Manchester United.
Ali Al Habsi has admitted he cannot rule out a move away from Wigan in the future but insists he is currently enjoying life at the DW Stadium.
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis was disappointed not to get maximum points against Wigan Athletic on Saturday.