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Wigan 1-0 AFC Wimbledon: Will Keane seals narrow win for Latics

Wigan cemented their automatic promotion hopes with a hard-fought but deserved 1-0 League One victory over strugglers AFC Wimbledon at the DW. The home side suffered a blow in the opening stages when Glen Rea - making his full league debut after joining from Luton in January - went down with no one around him.
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Will Keane a worry for Wigan’s clash with Oxford

Wigan’s top scorer Will Keane is a doubt for Tuesday’s home clash with Oxford. The forward is being assessed after suffering a hamstring injury in the goalless draw at Cheltenham on Saturday. Midfielders Jordan Cousins and Scott Smith and forward Charlie Wyke remain on the sidelines. The result...

Wigan boss heaps praise on ‘fantastic’ Will Keane

Will Keane is impressing at Wigan. Wigan boss Leam Richardson has heaped praise on Irish international Will Keane, who is proving to be a real asset in his side’s promotion hunt this season. Keane has almost 20 goal involvements to his name this season alone and is starting to...

Max Power and Will Keane on target in Wigan win at Doncaster

In-form Wigan held on against spirited strugglers Doncaster to claim a 2-1 and narrow the gap to League One’s top two. Goals from Max Power and Will Keane put Wigan ahead but Omar Bogle pulled a goal back for Rovers, who battled well throughout the game but could not prevent the visitors recording a fourth win in five league games.

Opportunity to represent Ireland is a massive honour – Will Keane

Will Keane will have an added sense of pride if he wins his first Republic of Ireland cap this week. The 28-year-old, who represented England at Under-21 level, qualifies for Ireland through his father Aidan, and he will be at the forefront of the Wigan striker’s mind should manager Stephen Kenny choose to use him in the World Cup qualifiers against Portugal and Luxembourg.

Will Keane and Jason Knight miss out on Ireland matchday squad

Will Keane and Jason Knight among Ireland absentees. Will Keane and Jason Knight will not take part in the Republic of Ireland‘s match against Azerbaijan this evening after being left out of Stephen Kenny’s squad. Knight was struck down with illness earlier this week and, along with Adam Idah, had...

Wigan striker Will Keane gets his first Republic of Ireland call-up

Wigan striker Will Keane has been given his first call-up for the Republic of Ireland for their matches against Azerbaijan and Qatar next month. The 28-year-old, the twin brother of England and Everton defender Michael, represented England up to under-20 level but declared his intention to play for the Republic in February 2019.

Will Keane named in Ireland squad for upcoming international games

The squad has been announced. Will Keane has been named in the Ireland squad for upcoming international games against Azerbaijan and Qatar. Seamus Coleman and Dara O’Shea miss out through injury, with the latter expected to miss a large part of the season with a injury suffered against Portugal. Enda...

Stephen Kenny explains decision behind calling up Will Keane

The Ireland manager also discussed the omission of Anthony Scully. Stephen Kenny has explained his decision behind calling up Will Keane to the Republic of Ireland squad. The former Manchester United underage star has been called up, after years of speculation, to the squad to take on Azerbaijan and Qatar.

Callum Lang and Will Keane doubtful for Wigan

Wigan have doubts over Callum Lang and Will Keane for the Sky Bet League One clash with MK Dons. Lang was left out of the side to face Charlton on Tuesday as a precaution because of a tight calf while Keane suffered a groin injury in the warm-up and was replaced by Alex Perry.