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For those of you who don't know this, I'm a Liverpool fan, however, I don't wear red-tinted glasses and am the first to admit when we've had problems.
Without being disrespectful to Wigan, you know your team is in trouble when Gary Caldwell scores the winner against you, particularly at Anfield.
I've watched Caldwell for years, ever since he played for Hibs in Scotland in 2003/04.
He has never struck me as being anything special.
Caldwell has always been naive defensively and has been exposed on several occasions in the Champions League for Celtic, on the international stage with Scotland and especially whilst being at Wigan.
The fact that Caldwell scored the winner at Anfield in this fixture last season shows how badly Liverpool were struggling.
I have nothing but the greatest of respect for everything that Roberto Martinez has done at Wigan.
At times, it has seemed like almost a thankless task to try to keep them in the Premier League, but time and time again, Martinez has done it, with a limited budget and an unrelenting belief in playing good football.
The job he has done at the DW Stadium has meant that he has been linked with jobs at other clubs, like Liverpool, Spurs and Aston Villa in the summer.
He's a terrific coach and I've got no doubt that he will go on to become one of the best in the business.
Wigan head into Saturday's match at Liverpool on the back of a poor run, with only one win in their last five matches.
Having said that, Liverpool haven't exactly set the heather alight this season either.
They've struggled to get going domestically and, like Wigan, they've only got one win from their last five matches.
I've got no doubt there will be plenty of good football on show at Anfield on Saturday, given the way that both managers like their teams to play.
It will be tight and tense at times, with a draw being the most likely result.