Oldham Athletic travel to the Kassam Stadium tomorrow afternoon to face Oxford United (3pm kick off).
Latics head into the game with a bit of confidence following a 2-1 win over Blackpool on Easter Monday.
After falling behind in the first half, Latics staged a second half comeback as goals from Jack Byrne and Eoin Doyle secured the win over the Seasiders.
A win tomorrow afternoon could move Latics on to 46 points, level on points with Oxford United.
The U’s come into the game in 17th position in Sky Bet League One having taken 46 points from 39 games.
However, Oxford United have struggled for form recently and have only won one of their last nine games.
That said, they are unbeaten at home in their last two games having beaten Peterborough United and drawn with Scunthorpe United.
Oxford have new manager Karl Robinson at the helm and he will have his side fired up for tomorrow’s visit of Oldham Athletic.
Cameron Dummigan will miss the game after being ruled out for the rest of the season with a groin injury whilst Anthony Gerrard is also struggling with a tight calf.
Speaking ahead of the game, Wellens said: “Karl has got a way of playing where they keep the ball and keep possession.
“He is very highly respected at this level and has won promotion with MK Dons and done well with Charlton Athletic so he’s been at good clubs.
“He has had his head turned by Oxford and he thinks he can develop that club. I’m sure in the future he will do a good job but we just want to get something from the game.
“If we do get three points then it will go a long way to where we want to be. He is a good manager, it’s a good club but we will try and get three points.”
Sky Bet have listed Athletic outsiders for tomorrow’s game at 9/5 whilst the visitors are 6/4.
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