Liam Farrell column: ‘George would have made a massive difference’

I was devastated when England lost the World Cup Final.

Uwe Rosler will need no introduction when he returns to the DW

Talking football: ‘Complacency is Latics’ biggest obstacle’

The decorations are up, Noddy Holder is on the radio, Christmas party season is in full swing.

James Graham can't hide his anger. Picture: NRL Photos

Martin Gleeson column: ‘England need more real Tests’

In the last of his World Cup columns, former Wigan and GB centre Martin Gleeson explores how England can kick-on from their final thriller...

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What you see isn't always what you get ...

Is it just me or is anyone else totally confused about what day it is today?

Will Griggs goal at Fylde showed he is getting back on track

Five talking points from Wigan Athletic’s draw at Fylde

Paul Kendrick looks at five talking points from Latics’ trip to Fylde.

Meghan and Harry on their first official engagement on Friday

Admit it, we're all jealous

I suspect we’re all green with jealousy.

Sam Burgess has a big role to play. Picture: NRL Photos

The 18th man column: ‘England’s chances are slim’

Our 18th man columnists discuss Tonga’s ‘no try’, England’s final prospects and build-up to the final...

Wigan were famously dumped out the FA Cup  by non-league Canvey Island in 2001

The 12th Man: Don’t expect to Coast into next round

Latics will be in the FA Cup spotlight tonight as they come up against non-league AFC Fylde in front of the BBC TV cameras.

Liam Farrell and Joe Burgess took part in the community blitz earlier this week

Liam Farrell column: ‘We have the side to trouble the Aussies’

The debate over Tonga’s ruled-out try overshadowed the fact England played well and deserve to be in the final.

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Latics face AFC Fylde in the FA Cup tomorrow night

Talking Football: FA Cup drama? No thanks!

All eyes will be on the FA Cup this weekend, the BBC cameras will be there, and all the neutrals will be hoping for a cup upset.

Sean O'Loughlin and his England team-mates met fans in Brisbane. Picture: NRL Photos

World Cup comment: England’s chances, Tonga’s grumbles and the media coverage

They can win. Of course England can win.

Sean O'Loughlin takes on the Tonga defence. NRL Photos

The Martin Gleeson Column: Anything can be possible in final

And now it’s come down to this.

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'I know I parked it here somewhere ...'

There’s something about human nature that makes us secretly revel when we discover someone has trumped us in the doing something embarrassing or stupid stakes.

Mary Berry took a tour around Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey, in her new series Country House Secrets

Mary Berry's Country House Secrets - It's toff at the top

The term ‘national treasure’ is much over-used these days. Take Mary Berry, for example. Before Bake-Off, she had been largely forgotten, but a stint in a pastel tent and she has now been elevated to a place at the top table alongside Nigella, Delia and Jamie.

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Liam Farrell takes a breather with his team-mates during training last week

The Liam Farrell Column: It’s started to get tough now

We’re in our third week back training and to be honest, it’s been pretty tough.

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Wigan Warriors in training at their Orrell base earlier this week

The 18th Man Column: Things will click for Warriors sooner or later

Our 18th Man Panel assess the World Cup semi-final and look ahead to the 2018 Super League season.

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COLUMN: Girls will not always be girls

In the latest attempt to even up the gender stakes, a new character is joining the Mr Men and Little Miss series - a female scientist.

Sean OLoughlin is 
preparing for his second World Cup semi-final. He played for England against New 
Zealand in 2013

The Martin Gleeson Column: Cut the errors and we’ll make the final

For whatever reason, everything seems to be looking our way at the moment.

Jermaine McGillvary has impressed for England. Picture: NRL Photos

Liam Farrell column: ‘PNG can cause England problems’

It’s been a long week in training, but I’ll not be sleeping in tomorrow!

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Blabbing secrets by accident

‘Three may keep a secret ... if two of them are dead.’

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