As I understand it, if they finish outside the bottom three, they get the 12 point deduction this season.
If they get relegated, they start next season with a negative points tally.
Also, we still don't know if the EFL have accepted their grounds for appeal. They might just throw it out straight away.
According to a BBC article, Gerald Krasner has acknowledged the only grounds they have are force majeure.
"Force majeure events are usually defined as certain acts, events or circumstances beyond the control of the involved parties, such as natural disasters, war or a pandemic".
In a statement, the EFL said it "acknowledges it is a difficult time for any club placed into administration, particularly in the midst of Covid-19, but is mindful that its regulations are to be applied consistently and equally to all member clubs irrespective of the circumstances".
So...not looking too good for Wigan, I'd say.
If we expect to play with the ball on the floor at some stage, I'd have him and Tav both in the team until the end given what they've contributed since lockdown. Unfortunately I'm not so sure that's the case, the ball spends so often flying through the air when we get control over it that I'm worried those two won't get enough chances to show what they can do. I think Tav's been one of our best players since we came back, though, shocked he hasn't had a start yet.