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06 November 2018 Venue Meadow Lane Attendance

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MATCH PREVIEW: Notts County vs. Oldham Athletic

6 November 2018

Oldham Athletic are back in action tonight as they take on Notts County at Meadow Lane in the Sky Bet League Two fixture (7:45pm).

Frankie Bunn’s men will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Stevenage.

Despite that defeat, Bunn believes that the squad still hold that spirit and togetherness that will help them turn results around.

"We're a group that has been only been together for 17 games and we'll grow together, we'll fight together and fall together." He said.

"The main thing is the spirit is still there and always will be, that is what we set out in stone the first time we met.

"It something we work on continually and we have to be together.

"The club is in transition and we have never hidden away from that fact. We're trying to sort things out and trying to develop."

Everyone involved in Saturday’s game has recovered well with few or no changes expected tonight.

Notts County ended a run of three straight defeats with a 2-2 draw against Port Vale on Saturday.

Latics could come up against a few familiar faces tonight as Notts County have former Oldham players Cedric Evina, Dan Jones, Jon Stead and Lewis Alessandra in their ranks.

However, Stead faces a late fitness test for tonight’s game after being missing from the squad on Saturday.

Latics haven’t played Notts County since 2015 in which we ran out 3-0 winners in a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy clash thanks to goals from George Elokobi, Amari Morgan-Smith and Jonathan Forte.

However, our last win at Meadow Lane came back in April 2011 in a 0-2 win with goals from Jason Lowe and Reuben Reid.

Oldham Athletic are priced at 6/4 to beat Notts County with Sky Bet.

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

Oldham Athletic supporters in the UK will be able to watch this evening’s match live for £10 via iFollow Latics.

To purchase a match pass for tonight’s match, click here.

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MATCH REPORT: Latics Held To A Draw At Meadow Lane

6 November 2018

Notts County and Oldham Athletic played out a stalemate in a game in which Frankie Bunn’s men had the better of the chances.

The game started in quite a slow fashion as Ishmael Miller’s blocked shot and Jonathan Benteke’s effort straight at goalkeeper Ross Fitzsimons were the only chances of any note in the opening ten minutes.

The home side were starting to get a foot hold in the game until the ball broke to Miller and he forced a fine save from Fitzsimons low to his left.

Rob Hunt then produced a beautiful cross into the six-yard box, but the ball just evaded the touch of Callum Lang sliding in.

Notts County probably should have taken the lead from their only chance of the half as Robert Milsom hit a long diagonal freekick into the Oldham penalty area.

Waiting at the back post was Jamie Turley who somehow blazed over from a matter of yards out.

Latics probably should have scored themselves as Gevaro Nepomuceno’s corner found an unmark Andy Taylor at the back post, but he saw his header cleared off the line.

Oldham kept the ball alive and Nepomuceno found Peter Clarke in the middle with a fantastic right-footed cross, but Fitzsimons produced a wonderful diving save to deny the Latics skipper.

Miller then forced another save from Fitzsimons as the striker struck from a tight angle, before Taylor fizzed a cross into the middle which neither Benteke or Lang could turn in.

Latics started the second half as they ended the first, as Nepomuceno got on the front foot and produced a superb cross to Lang, but he headed wide.

Lang then latched onto a Gardner pass and he forced another strong save out of Fitzsimons before George Edmundson headed a good chance over from a Gardner corner.

Goalkeeper Daniel Iversen was a bystander for much of the game, but he had to be at his very best after Enzio Boldewijn worked an opening for himself only to be denied by the Danish U21 International.

Home goalkeeper Fitzsimons denied Gardner, tipping over the midfielder’s effort from distance as Latics continued to push on.

As the game entered stoppage time, Oldham failed to deal with an Elliot Hewitt long throw which resulted in Boldewijn hitting the post.

Bunn’s men certainly deserved to take the three points, but they had to settled for a share of the spoils in the end.

Up next for Oldham is the Emirates FA Cup tie with Hampton & Richmond Borough on Monday night.

Attendance 4,487 (296 Away)

Notts County

Fitzsimons, Hewitt, Alessandra, Dennis (Duffy 60’), Thomas, Boldewijn, Brisley, Ward, Milsom ©, Evina, Turley

Oldham Athletic

Iversen, Hunt, Clarke ©, Edmundson, Taylor, Lang, Gardner, Lyden, Nepomuceno, Miller (Baxter 80’), Benteke (O’Grady 85’)

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Ticket News

AWAY TICKET NEWS: Notts County Tickets On General Sale

26 September 2018

Tickets are available for Oldham Athletic’s trip to Notts County in the Sky Bet League Two Fixture.

Latics travel to Meadow Lane on Saturday, October 13 (3pm Kick Off).

We have received an allocation of 1210 tickets.

Ticket prices are a s follows:
Adults: £20
Seniors: (60 years and above): £14
Young Adults: £14
Under 18: £7
Under 16: £5
Under 12: £1 (Must be sold with an accompanying adult)
Under 7: Free (Must be sold with an accompanying adult)

The admission price for disabled supporters (with a carer) is based upon their relevant age category, whilst his/her carer is free of charge.

Young adults must show their ID and are advised to bring it with them on the day of the match too.

The ticket office opening times for the rest of the week are as follows:

Wednesday, September 26: 9am-5pm
Thursday, September 27: 9am-5pm
Friday, September 28: 9am-5pm

Here are the details for the supporters’ coach:

Departs: 11am
Adults: £16
Under 18: £12

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information, please call 0161 785 5150 or email supporter.services@oldhamathletic.co.uk.

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