Bournemouth v Wigan preview

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez is likely to make changes for Tuesday's FA Cup third-round replay at Bournemouth.

Martinez played a second-string in the first tie but he may be tempted to give on-loan Manchester United striker Angelo Henriquez his first start.

Centre-back Ivan Ramis is expected to be out long-term with knee ligament damage and although Antolin Alcaraz is due back from a groin problem he is unlikely to be risked.

Bournemouth have no fresh injury worries as they look to cause an FA Cup giantkilling.

Manager Eddie Howe, who has yet to taste defeat since returning to the south coast from Burnley, has been playing goalkeeper Shwan Jalal in the cup competitions and is likely to give the 29-year-old the nod again instead of David James.

Top scorer Lewis Grabban was a big doubt for Saturday's 1-1 draw with Swindon due to illness but the striker played for 90 minutes against the Robins and is set to retain his place.

Fellow striker Wes Thomas, back with the club following a loan spell at Blackpool, made his first appearance for other two months for the Cherries on Saturday and could feature on the bench again.

Long-term absentees Shaun MacDonald, Darryl Flahavan and Stephen Purches remain sidelined along with Charlie Sheringham.