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30 October 2018 Venue Boundary Park Attendance

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MATCH PREVIEW: Oldham Athletic vs. Everton U21s

30 October 2018

Oldham Athletic are back at Boundary Park as they take on Everton U21s in the Checkatrade Trophy (7:30pm).

A win would see Frankie Bunn’s men qualify to the knockout phase of the competition.

Bunn’s side will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat at Northampton Town.

Latics will take confidence from their last outing in the Checkatrade Trophy, after they dismantled Bradford City 1-4 thanks to goals from Callum Lang, Mohamed Maouche and a Sam Surridge brace.

Oldham will most likely have the same squad that travelled to Northampton, but Bunn may rotate his side for tonight’s game.

Both of Everton’s U23 and U18 sides sit at the top of their respective leagues, so tonight’s game will be no easy ride for Latics.

They have played one Checkatrade Trophy fixture so far this season against Bradford City falling to defeat on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

Latics most recent games with Everton have come in the FA Cup.

Back in 2008 Gary McDonald scored a famous goal at Goodison Park securing a 0-1 win in the FA Cup Third Round to send Latics through.

Our last meeting with Everton resulted in a 3-1 defeat in a Fifth Round Replay after drawing the first tie 2-2 at Boundary Park.

There will be a minute's silence ahead of tonight's game and the players will be wearing black armbands as a mark of respect to those who lost their lives in the tragic events that happened at Leicester City on Saturday evening.

Oldham Athletic are priced at 8/11 to beat Everton U21s tonight.

Entry for tonight’s game is pay on the day only.

Legendary commentator John Helm will be alongside 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 Produce Superb Comeback To Progress In Checkatrade Trophy

30 October 2018

Oldham Athletic came from 0-2 down to beat Everton U21s and send the club through to the knockout phases of the Checkatrade Trophy.

Goals from Peter Clarke, Ishmael Miller and Jonathan Benteke were enough for Latics after Nathangelo Markelo and Shayne Lavery had put the visitors in a strong position.

Latics almost took an early lead after Cameron Dummigan pinched the ball in the centre of the pitch before releasing Callum Lang who had his shot blocked as he made space in the box.

However, the visitors took the lead after Oldham failed to clear a freekick away as it fell to Markelo on the edge of the box who struck well into the bottom corner.

Nathan Broadhead then cut inside from the left and planted a curling effort onto the crossbar.

Frankie Bunn’s side almost equalised as Tom Hamer found Miller with a quick throw, but the striker fluffed his lines before the ball fell to Christopher Missilou who saw his shot cleared off the line.

Everton capitalised on that missed opportunity as Markelo whipped in a ball from to Lavery who tapped into an empty net to double the visitors lead.

Miller then saw a shot cannon back off the post before Dummigan found Lang in the box, but he headed over.

The post foiled Latics again as Mohamed Maouche’s corner found Clarke, but the Captains headed was denied by the woodwork.

Daniel Iversen was forced into a decent save from Dennis Adeniran, before Dummigan forced a save from Everton goalkeeper Mateusz Hewelt.

Latics got themselves back into the game at the start of the second half as substitute Dan Gardner launched a freekick into the box which was flicked on by another substitute Benteke, but Clarke ended up bundling the ball into the net.

Bunn’s side were level five minutes later after Miller shrugged off the challenge of Morgan Feeney to slot home with Latics all over their opponents.

Gavero Nepomuceno and Benteke forced a save each out of Hewelt before Gardner curled a freekick just over the bar.

Clarke then saw another header from a corner cleared off the line before Everton created their first chances of the half.

Josh Bowler cut inside from the left and forced Iversen into a good stop before Harry Charsley made the Danish U21 International produce another fine stop.

Latics made Everton pay as a long ball was misjudged by goalkeeper Hewelt and Benteke squeezed it in from a tight angle to give Oldham the lead.

Everton looked for the equaliser, but Iversen denied Bowler once again as Latics progress to the next stage of the Checkatrade Trophy.

Attendance 1004 (39 Away)

Oldham Athletic

Iversen. Hamer, Clarke ©, Edmundson, Taylor, Dummigan, Maouche (Gardner 45’), Missilou, Nepomuceno, Miller (O’Grady 90+2’), Lang (Benteke 45’)

Everton U21

Hewelt, Browning, Charsley, Adediran, Sambou, Feeney ©, Broadhead, Markelo (Simms 75’), Gordon (Kiersey 58’), Lavery (Bowler 58’), John

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TICKET REMINDER: Checkatrade Trophy Clash With Everton U21s Pay On The Day Only

29 October 2018

Oldham Athletic host Premier League outfit Everton U21s in the final group stage match of the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday, October 30 (7:30pm kick off).

Latics are currently top of the Northern Group F and a win will see Frankie Bunn’s side qualify for the knockout stage of the competition.

Entry for the match is payment on the turnstile only.

Prices are:
Adult: £10
OAP, U21 and Student: £5
U18: £1

Home supporters will be situated in the George Hill stand and the Joe Royle Stand, whilst away supporters will be situated in the Oldham Athletic Community Trust Family Stand.

Please note, the Jimmy Frizzell stand will only be open to disabled supporters.

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