Doncaster Rovers 3-0 Wigan Athletic
Chris Brown scored twice as Doncaster ended Wigan's eight-match unbeaten run with a comprehensive win at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Paul Keegan picked out Brown for the forward to open the scoring for the home side after six minutes.
James Coppinger added a second after a goalmouth scramble involving Richie Wellens just after half-time.
After James Husband was fouled by Tyias Browning, Brown scored Doncaster's third from the spot.
Paul Dickov's team are now only in the relegation zone on goal difference, while Wigan are five points off the play-offs following their first loss since the 2-1 defeat in Maribor on 12 December.
Coppinger clipped a shot wide after an impressive dribble before Brown finished from Keegan's cross.
Wigan newboy Nicky Maynard had a shot tipped over by Ross Turnbull and Nick Powell then put too much power on a lob.
Latics goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi denied Wellens but Coppinger turned in the rebound before Brown converted from the spot for his fifth goal of the season.
Doncaster manager Paul Dickov:
"We've shown exactly what we are capable of. There are 20 games left and we have to perform like that in every one.
"If we do, we won't have any problem at all staying out of the bottom three.
"Chris Brown was magnificent and deservedly scored a couple of goals, but he flogs himself to death every game and we need to bring someone in to help him out."
Wigan manager Uwe Rosler:
"We weren't at our best and I think the run of games we've had recently caught up with us.
"We never really got the ball down or had enough penetration to hurt them. All credit to Doncaster, they deserved to win.
"It's how we bounce back now that's important and I'm looking forward to seeing a reaction from my players because collectively we were not at the races."