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06 October 2018 Venue Boundary Park Attendance

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MATCH PREVIEW: Oldham Athletic vs. Carlisle United

5 October 2018

Oldham Athletic will be looking to turn their two recent away draws into three points as Carlisle United visit Boundary Park in the Sky Bet League Two fixture tomorrow afternoon (Kick Off 3pm).

Latics come into the clash on the back of two successive 0-0 draws and on a run of four games unbeaten.

Manager Frankie Bunn knows full well that his side need to perform better than they did on Tuesday night to claim the three points against Carlisle.

“We’re disappointed with the performance on Tuesday because it wasn’t great, especially with the ball, it's probably the worst performance I’ve seen since I’ve been here.” He said.

“Defensively we were good with a bit of a luck and a good goalkeeping display, so we’ve come away with a point in the end which we were grateful for, but it needs to be better.”

Latics have no new fresh injury concerns with Bunn hoping top scorer Sam Surridge, will be fit enough to feature after missing the past two games with a hip problem.

Aston Villa loanee Jordan Lyden has also stepped up his recovery from a thigh injury, but he is expected to get his first involvement in the Checkatrade Trophy match next Tuesday.

Ousmane Fane is the only other long-term injury for Oldham.

The visitors come into this game after back-to-back home defeats to Stevenage and Grimsby Town.

However, they have won their past two away fixtures meaning this will not be an easy ride for Latics.

The Cumbrians currently sit 13th place in the table, but they are just a point behind Oldham heading into this game.

Richie Bennett and Jamie Devitt are Carlisle’s main injury concerns ahead of Saturday with Bennett, a former Oldham Athletic youth player, top scorer for The Cumbrians so far this season.

Danny Grainger is also out with an injury, but Jerry Yates returns from suspension.

The last time the teams met was last season in the FA Cup First Round where Latics lost 3-2.

The teams haven’t met in the league since the 2013/14 season where Latics won both the home and away fixture 1-0.

Oldham Athletic are priced at 21/20 to beat Carlisle United tomorrow.

Mike Leyland and Roy Butterworth will be talking you through the match and there will also be on-screen graphics.

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MATCH REPORT: Latics Fall To Defeat At Home To Carlisle United

6 October 2018

Oldham Athletic fell to a 1-3 defeat as Hallam Hope, Ashley Nadeson and Jack Sowerby all scored to secure the three points for the visitors.

Ishmael Miller did pull one back for Latics, but it wasn’t enough as the four-game unbeaten run was ended.

Latics struggled to get going in the opening exchanges and Carlisle almost took an early lead after Hope nicked the ball off George Edmundson on the edge of the Oldham penalty area.

Hope played it to Sowerby whose shot was blocked by Sam Graham before Macaulay Gillesphey dragged his shot just wide of the post.

Both teams were lined up in a 3-5-2 formation which made the game a tight affair, but Hope found himself clear of the Latics backline before Edmundson recovered well to snuff out the danger.

Frankie Bunn’s men created their first opportunity after Andy Taylor’s freekick was defended well by Mike Jones as it looked destined to find Peter Clarke.

The Cumbrians took the lead after Jerry Yates’ cross found Gillesphey at the back post and he in turn headed back across to Hope who had the simple task of heading in from two yards.

Latics responded well as Dan Gardner dragged a shot wide on his left foot, before Ishmael Miller powered his way into the box and forced a good save from goalkeeper Adam Collin.

Sowerby then put an effort wide before Miller once again got in down the right and produced a good cross which was somehow scrambled away by the Carlisle defence and Latics went in at half-time a goal down.

Carlisle doubled their lead ten minutes into the second half as Hope crossed in for Nadeson who smashed the ball into the roof of Iversen’s net.

It was three a minute later as the ball was played into Sowerby who turned well in the box before placing it into the bottom corner.

Oldham looked to respond as substitute Callum Lang forced a save from Collin, before Surridge headed wide an Andy Taylor cross.

Latics had one back when Lang played Miller through on goal and he slotted home for his second goal of the season.

Lang himself forced a fine save out of Collin who tipped over the Wigan loanee’s header over his own crossbar as Latics couldn’t force another home comeback.

Bunn’s men will have to pick themselves up when they travel to Bradford City in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday night.

Attendance 4739 (679 Away)

Oldham Athletic

Iversen, Graham (Branger-Engone 60’), Clarke ©, Edmundson, Hunt, Taylor, Missilou (Lang 60’), Gardner, Baxter, Miller (O’Grady 72’), Surridge

Carlisle United

Collin, Liddle, Gerrard ©, Parkes, Jones (Glendon 81’), Hope, Gillesphey, Yates, Sowerby (Slater 90+4’), Etuhu, Nadeson (Campbell 81’)

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Back At Boundary Park For Carlisle United Clash

4 October 2018

Oldham Athletic are back in action at Boundary Park this Saturday after two tough away trips against Swindon Town and Mansfield Town.

Latics host John Sheridan’s Carlisle United on Saturday, October 9, 3pm kick off.

Frankie Bunn’s side will be aiming to continue the current four game unbeaten run with the three points this weekend.

So far this season attendances are up, and the club would like to thank fans for their continued backing of the team.

Adult supporters can purchase a ticket in advance for as little as £16.

There is also plenty going on in the Oldham Athletic Community Trust Family Stand for people to bring their children to make a day of it.

The Junior Fan zone (located at the back of the the OACT Family Stand) will once again be open offering supporters the opportunity to take part indoor activities with the brand new FIFA 19 available amongst the activities, in addition there will be the usual competitions and games to take part in.

Families can make a day of it at Boundary Park for £42 (two adults and two under 12s).

Oldham Athletic urge supporters to purchase their tickets in advance to avoid paying extra on the day.

Ticket prices are as follows:

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.

Match tickets are available from the club’s ticket office or online here.

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

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