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17 November 2018 Venue Boundary Park Attendance

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MATCH PREVIEW: Oldham Athletic vs. Cambridge United

16 November 2018

Oldham Athletic are back at Boundary Park tomorrow as they take on Cambridge United in the Sky Bet League Two fixture (3pm).

Latics have had to endure a series of long journeys which included trips to Northampton Town, Stevenage, Notts County and Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Manager Frankie Bunn feels his side have been wasteful in front of goal in recent weeks which is something he hopes can change over the next few games, starting with Cambridge.

“The players have to now make the right decisions and execute those chances when they come, as soon they go across that white line, I can't make those decisions for them, it's what they see and how they do that.” He commented.

“Technically they're all good players and the chances come in the moment, so they've got to start making the most of those moments.”

Bunn also confirmed that Jose Baxter will be out for between six-eight weeks with ligament damage he sustained in Monday’s win.

Baxter joins Ousmane Fane and Zeus De La Paz as the long-term injury absentees and Jonathan Benteke remains a doubt.

Latics will also be without duo Daniel Iversen and Gevaro Nepomuceno who are away on International Duty.

However, Oldham brought in West Brom goalkeeper Alex Palmer on an emergency loan and Sam Surridge was back in training today, so he could be in contention for tomorrow’s game.

Giles Coke returned to the bench on Monday night and could feature for the first time since he played in 3-1 win over Macclesfield Town back in August.

The visitors have had an upsurge in form in the league as they have their last three games in an unbeaten league run of four to ease relegation worries.

The U’s sit three points behind Latics ahead of Saturday’s game, but they did face a shock upset in the Emirates FA Cup after losing 4-3 to non-league Guiseley last Saturday.

However, they bounced back with a win over Colchester United in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday night.

Cambridge will be without striker Barry Corr who is out with an injury.

The last time the teams faced each other was back in 2002 in a 2-2 draw at Boundary Park with Dean Holden grabbing a brace for Latics, which included a late equaliser.

Latics last beat Cambridge back in April 2000 thanks to an Andy Holt goal in a 1-0 win.

Oldham Athletic are priced at 17/20 to beat Cambridge United.

Mike Leyland 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.

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: Latics Come From Behind To Beat Cambridge United

17 November 2018

Oldham Athletic a fantastic second half showing as goals from George Edmundson, Jordan Lyden and Callum Lang turned things around for the home side.

George Maris had put the visitors in front after a terrific strike from distance, but Oldham reacted well at half-time to take home the three points.

Latics fell behind with virtually the first chance of the game as Maris picked up the ball around 35 yards out and he unleashed an unstoppable effort past Alex Palmer.

Maris then turn provided for Paul Lewis who tried his luck from distance, but he could only curl the effort over the bar.

Maris then found himself clean through on goal after a pass from Jabo Iberhe, but this time Palmer denied the Cambridge goalscorer.

Latics settled down and started producing crosses from wide areas, but David Forde seemed to be equal for everything as he punched most things away from his goal.

Latics did create a good opening as Dan Gardner’s freekick fell to Andy Taylor, but the defender saw his shot blocked by Jake Carroll in front of the Cambridge goal.

Frankie Bunn must have worked his magic at half-time as Latics came out like a steam train in the second half.

An Oldham corner fell nicely to Cameron Dummigan, but the fullback couldn’t keep his effort down.

However, it was from another corner that Latics dragged themselves level as Edmundson raised highest to plant a header into the corner.

Maris hit another effort wide before Bunn introduced striker Sam Surridge on his long-awaited return from injury.

Moments later goalkeeper Forde came rushing out of his goal and gifted the ball to Lyden who passed the ball into the net from just inside the Cambridge half.

The ball took an age to go in, but the Latics players, staff and fans didn’t care as Boundary Park erupted.

The game was all but wrapped up five minutes later as Surridge played the ball into Lang, who drove at the Cambridge back four before smashing an effort through the hands of Forde.

It was very much a game of two halves for Latics on the afternoon, but a return to winning ways in the league was all that mattered in the end.

Attendance 3818 (290 Away)

Oldham Athletic

Palmer, Hunt, Clarke ©, Edmundson, Taylor, Dummigan (Surridge 70’), Gardner (Maouche 67’), Lyden, Branger-Engone, Lang, Miller

Cambridge United

Forde, Halliday (John 50’), Carroll, Taft, Taylor, Deegan ©, Azeez (Amoo 70’), Iberhe, Maris, Brown, Lewis (Dunk 78’)

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Ticket News

Last Chance For Advanced Ticket Prices For Game Against Cambridge United

16 November 2018

Oldham Athletic take on Port Vale in Sky Bet League Two tomorrow (October 20, 3pm kick off) at Boundary Park.

Supporters are urged to purchase their ticket in advance before the price increases for the clash with Cambridge.

There is a small increase in price for tickets on the day.

Here are the ticket prices:

George Hill Main Stand (Upper and Lower), the Jimmy Frizzell stand and The Joe Royle Stand:

 

Advance Price

Matchday Price

Adult

£18

£22

Concession

£8

£10

U18

£5

£7


OACT Family Stand:

 

Advance Price

Matchday Price

Adult

£16

£20

Concession

£8

£10

U18

£5

£7

U12

£5

£5


Concessions include: Student, U21 and Over 65 with the relevant ID.

Disabled supporters meeting the requirements set out in the Disability Policy pay their age category and receive a free carer.

Supporters can now purchase tickets for all matches at Boundary Park for the upcoming 2018/19 season.

Whilst you're down at Boundary Park, don't forget to buy tickets for our next away game at Tranmere Rovers!

Match tickets are available from the club’s ticket office or online here until 11:59pm.

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

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