Manchester United have now won all 13 games played against Wigan following an emphatic 4-0 win at the DW Stadium.
Javier Hernandez scored early for the visitorâ€™s before three goals in the final 16 minutes eased United to three points.
The Mexican striker slotted a cool second 15 minutes from time to make it nine league goals from eight starts followed by a Wayne Rooney tap-in and substitute Fabio added the fourth.
For lowly Wigan they remain in the bottom three and a struggle to retain their Premiership status.
Aston Villa eased their Premier League relegation worries and made it one defeat in their last seven games as they easily overcame a disappointing Blackburn 4-1 at Villa Park.
Rovers have now lost seven of their last eight away games and are now glancing nervously over their shoulders towards the drop zone.
To end a miserable afternoon for the men from Ewood Park, New Zealand international Ryan Nelsen saw red late-on.
It was a scoreless at half-time but Villa were rampant after the break.
Stewart Downing made it three before the visitorâ€™s threatened a revival as substitute Nikola Kalinic's reduced the deficit only for Young to get his second of the afternoon.
Two first half goals from Jermaine Beckford was sufficient too comfortably claim the three points over a woeful Sunderland who slipped to their fourth consecutive league defeat.
Kieran Richardson had an early opportunity for the visitorâ€™s and Stephane Sessegnon hit the woodwork but overall the Black cats offered little to trouble the Toffees who continue to pull away from the wrong end of the table.
Ten-man Newcastle had to settle for a point against Bolton after losing Ryan Taylor to a second-half dismissal.
Bolton however rarely looked like making their numerical advantage count.
Newcastle now have the unusual record of not having won a Saturday Premier League home match that kicked off at 3.00pm since August 2008.
The home side had the perfect start with a goal after two minutes from Matthew Jarvis.
The Tangerines cause was then not helped as DJ Campbell was sent off late in the first half for raising his hands at Richard Stearman.
And the hosts took full advantage thanks to Jamie O'Hara's fine low shot and two late Sylvan Ebanks-Blake strikes.