Former Wigan Athletic defender Gary Caldwell will be the third manager of the club this season after Malky Mackay got the sack last weekend and Uwe Rosler suffered the same fate before him.
Wigan face Middlesbrough away today and host Derby County on Easter Monday in the midst of a tight battle at both ends of the table.
Wigan were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday where Martyn Waghorn sent in a 94th minute equaliser after Tom Walker put the visitors ahead in the 70th.
A special edition of the matchday programme will be available and former chairman Dave Whelan, who resigned on Tuesday after 20 years at the helm, is giving a speech which is expected to begin around 2:40pm before Wigan play Leeds United.
Last week Wigan fans came together to sing 90 songs in 90 minutes which has since resulted in back-to-back wins for the Latics against Blackpool and Norwich after Wednesday’s five-hour slog to East Anglia.
Bo-Kyung Kim, Harry Maguire and James McClean all scored at Bloomfield Road to lead the Latics to victory over Blackpool, but they are still nine points from safety going into their match this evening with Norwich.
The Latics are currently nine points from safety as they prepare to face the Tangerines at Bloomfield Road on the pitch that has caused much controversy this season.
The Latics lost 1-0 to Cardiff at the DW Stadium but James McClean and Martin Waghorn both suffered controversial decisions as their goals were called offside when replays showed otherwise.
The former Liverpool and Stoke City midfielder signed for the Latics last week on a free transfer from FC Pune City of the Indian Premier League.
Wigan Athletic v Ipswich Town preview along with news of latest transfer activity as 2013 FA Cup Final man of the match Callum McManaman departs
Maloney was nearing the end of his contract and after making 79 league appearances and scoring 14 goals, manager Malky Mackay decided the move was in the player’s and the club’s best interests.