This match was the start of Wigan permanently switching
all home games to Sunday Afternoons. A "much improved Oldham" kept close to
Wigan in the first half but two tries in two minutes in the second half saw
Wigan get the victory. The win left Wigan six points off top of the table
but they had five matches in hand on leaders Featherstone and three in hand
on second and third placed Salford and Widnes.
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