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How Wigan Athletic's huge new £9.5m market value compares to Oxford United and Shrewsbury Town

The 2021/22 League One campaign is well and truly underway, with the season rapidly approaching the halfway point, and the heroes and villains of the piece already emerging for many clubs.

Player market values remain a contentious part of the football conversation, with the often bizarre estimated valuation of footballers continuing to ruffle the feathers of fans and pundits alike.

Over the course of a campaign, the market values of players and squads can change considerably, with fine runs of form, goals and promotions seeing them shoot up, while the opposite turn of events can see a the worth of a squad plummet in the blink of an eye.

Now the season is up and running, we've taken a look (via Transfermarkt data) at how Wigan Athletic’s overall squad market value has changed compared to every other League One side, and ranked them from lowest to highest in terms of overall price tags, along with each club's most highly valued player.

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