Ahead of Saturday's League One clash, here are some of Wanderers’ memorable wins against Wigan Athletic from over the years.

The Whites have faced the Latics 47 times in total, with a record of 15 wins, 13 draws and 17 defeats.

Here are some of Wanderers’ best performances in the fixture.

Wanderers 1-0 Wigan – January 3, 2015

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Wanderers edged a tight game against Wigan when the sides met in the third round of the FA Cup back in 2015.

Zach Clough got the only goal on his Bolton debut, showing composure to lift the ball over Ali Al Habsi.

The forward went on to score 23 goals in 77 appearances for the Whites.

Wigan 1-3 Wanderers - October 15, 2011

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Wanderers' last win at the DW Stadium came in October 2011 following an entertaining derby.

Nigel Reo-Coker gave the Whites an early lead but they were pegged back by Mohamed Diame's fine strike.

David Ngog put the visitors back in front on the stroke of half-time, before Chris Eagles added a third.

Wanderers 4-0 Wigan - March 13, 2010

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Owen Coyle’s Wanderers ran out 4-0 winners over the Latics at the UniBol in the 2009/10 Premier League season.

Johan Elmander opened the scoring from close range before Kevin Davies doubled the Whites’ lead with a cool penalty.

Fabrice Muamba added a third with a clinical strike after beating his man, before Matthew Taylor wrapped up the win.

Wanderers 4-1 Wigan – December 9, 2007

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Early in Gary Megson’s tenure, Wanderers recorded an emphatic 4-1 win over Wigan at the UniBol.

Paul Scharner’s comical own goal got the Whites off to a flying start, but the visitors drew level through Denny Landzaat.

Kevin Nolan restored the hosts’ lead with a skilful backheel, before Kevin Davies and Nicolas Anelka sealed the three points.

Wigan 0-2 Wanderers – April 10, 1993

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The 1992/93 season was a memorable one for Wanderers, who earned promotion back to the second tier after a 10-year wait.

One of the most important wins of the campaign came at Springfield Park as Bruce Rioch’s men earned a 2-0 victory over the Latics.

Andy Walker and Tony Kelly got on the scoresheet for the Whites.