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MATCH PREVIEW: Maidstone United vs. Oldham Athletic

30 November 2018

Oldham Athletic are back in action in the Emirates FA Cup as they travel to Maidstone United tomorrow in the Second-Round (3pm).

Latics overcame Hampton & Richmond Borough in the First-Round with a 1-2 win thanks to goals from Rob Hunt and Callum Lang.

Maidstone also won their First-Round game by the same scoreline after beating Macclesfield Town at home.

Frankie Bunn’s men are unbeaten in five games and he is expecting another tough tie tomorrow against Maidstone, but he says the team can dwell on their experiences from the First-Round.

“I think the Hampton game gives the players a really good insight, I don't think we were complacent, and we handled the situation really well that night.” He said.

“It's just important we turn up and it's about us again, if we turn up like I know we have already we’ll be ok, so I'll be expecting the same from the players with this game.”

Latics will be without a number of first team players as Dan Gardner after Tuesday night’s game with Lincoln City was added to the injury list along with Jose Baxter, Zeus De La Paz, Jonathan Benteke and Ousmane Fane.

Ishmael Miller will also be out through suspension and Jordan Lyden could be missing after sitting out that Lincoln game with a minor problem.

Maidstone are currently without a win in three games since beating Macclesfield in the First-Round of the Emirates FA Cup.

They currently sit in 22nd in the Conference National League having won five games in 22 league games so far this season.

Top scorer Blair Turgott could be out after coming off in the weekend’s defeat to Eastleigh with a knee injury.

Simon Walton will also be missing as he serves a one-match ban.

This will be the first meeting between the sides.

Sam Rosbottom and Roy Butterworth will be on commentary on iFollow Latics for supporters who cannot make the game.

To subscribe to the iFollow Latics click this link.

Alternatively, supporters can follow the game with live updates on the club’s official Twitter account: @OfficialOAFC.

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: Latics Progress Into Next Round Of Emirates FA Cup

1 December 2018

Oldham Athletic safely progressed into the Emirates Fa Cup third round after goals from Peter Clarke and Chris O’Grady saw Latics home against a spirited Maidstone United side.

The game was a bit of a slow burner as neither side could create anything in the opening ten minutes, apart from a Christopher Missilou effort that only troubled the Oldham fans behind the goal.

However, Clarke scored from the first real chance of the game in the 17th minute to give Latics the lead.

Gevaro Nepomuceno whipped in a freekick to George Edmundson, who in turn pulled it back for the Latics Captain to score.

Sam Surridge was then denied from a brilliant save from Grant Smith who tipped his effort onto the bar.

It was a wet and windy afternoon in Kent as referee Tom Young gave out five yellow cards in the first half.

The home side created their first chance on the stroke of half time as Jake Cassidy got the better of Edmundson to find Elliot Romain, but his effort was straight at Daniel Iversen.

Latics started the second half quick as Mohamed Maouche curled an effort into Smith’s hands before Surridge hit the post from a corner.

Romain then forced a great save from Iversen, as the Maidstone man found space in the box before the Danish U21 goalkeeper produced a smart stop with his feet.

O’Grady then sealed Latics’ progress into the third round as he sold Will De Havilland with a fantastic turn before scoring from a tight angle to double the Oldham lead.

Maidstone did hit the bar at the end through Jack Paxman’s freekick, but it was Latics who made it six unbeaten and they will have to see who they face in the Emirates FA Cup third round when the draw takes place on Monday.

Attendance 3516 (426 Away)

Maidstone United

Smith, McLennan, Havilland, Finney (Florence 87’), Powell, Romain, Paxman ©, Durojaiye (Muldoon 75’), Phillips, Cassidy, Tajbakhsh

Oldham Athletic

Iversen, Dummigan, Clarke ©, Edmundson, Hunt, Lang, Maouche, Missilou, Nepomuceno, O’Grady, Surridge

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Ticket News

AWAY TICKET NEWS: Maidstone United Tickets Now On General Sale

26 November 2018

Tickets for Oldham Athletic’s Emirates FA Cup Second Round tie away at Maidstone United are now on general sale until this Friday, November 30 (3pm).

Latics travel to The Gallagher Stadium on Saturday, December 1 (3pm kick off).

Away supporters will be situated in the Genco Stand and the club have received an allocation of 550 unreserved tickets.

Here are the prices:
Adults: £15
Concessions (Student with ID/Over 65): £12
Youth (11-16): £7
Junior (Under 11): £2

It will strictly be a maximum of four tickets per person.

Supporters will be able purchase tickets online here.

Here are the details for the supporters’ coach:

Departs: 8am
Adults: £32
Under 18: £27

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information, please call 0161 785 5150 or email

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