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MATCH PREVIEW: Oldham Athletic vs. Mansfield Town

27 January 2020

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Latics’ draw at Salford made it four on the bounce but they will be keen to turn that into a victory when Mansfield make the trip to Boundary Park tomorrow evening (7:45pm KO).

There was a first goal in Oldham colours for Danny Rowe against Salford and he will be hoping to make it two in a row back at Boundary Park.

Form Guide

Latics are winless in seven whilst Mansfield bounced back from three defeats in a row when they beat Bradford City 3-0 on Saturday.

The Stags’ last six:

  1. Bradford City 2-0 Mansfield Town
  2. Cambridge United 2-3 Mansfield Town
  3. Mansfield Town 0-1 Grimsby Town
  4. Mansfield Town 3-4 Forest Green Rovers
  5. Plymouth Argyle 3-1 Mansfield Town
  6. Mansfield 3-0 Bradford City


This will be the 63rd time that the two clubs have faced off against each other. Latics have won 28 of those encounters, 17 ended in a draw and the visitors winning 17.

Latics will be hoping for a better outcome then when the two sides met earlier on in the campaign. The Stags won the game 6-1, helped along the way by a bizarre moment when Oldham were reduced to nine men with Tomas Egert and Filipe Morais both getting sent off in the same minute for fouls in the same passage of play.

However, the last time the two sides met at Boundary Park it was Oldham who came out victorious in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

Oldham Athletic 3-2 Mansfield Town – 22nd April 2019

Gevaro Nepomuceno will be hoping to have the same impact on Tuesday as he did in April 2019 by grabbing two and getting the assist for the other.


He broke the deadlock not long before the half-hour mark and turned provider in the 56th minute, he saw his shot blocked but the ball fell to Mohammed Maouche who slotted home to double the hosts advantage. The two-goal cushion did not last long and Tyler Walker was the man to slot the ball past Daniel Iverson in the Latics’ goal.

Nepomuceno was the man to ensure Oldham retook a two goal-lead with a sublime shot into the top corner after a long throw from Tom Hamer wasn't cleared, but any hopes of a relaxing evening from that point onwards were gone when Neal Bishop set up a nervy last quarter of an hour for the hosts. Despite a barrage of pressure including a Danny Rose goal that was disallowed for offside in the closing stages, Oldham hung on for a valuable three points.

The result put a dint in the Stags’ automatic promotion hopes whilst it gave Oldham a slim chance of making the play-offs with three games to play.

League Story So Far

Mansfield suffered somewhat of a hangover from their play-off penalty heartbreak as they won just one of their first six league games of this season.

They have not picked up as much as they would have liked and have struggled all season to replicate the kind of form that saw them finish in fourth place and so close to winning automatic promotion last season.

The Stags’ impressive 3-0 win over Bradford City was just their third win from the last 13 games but that win did see them leapfrog Latics in the Sky Bet League Two table.

Both sides sit on 30 points but Mansfield’s superior goal difference means that they are two places ahead of Oldham going into this game. Both sides know that a win could lift them a number of spaces in the table.

What We Said

Dino Maamria after the draw at Salford: "To give away a penalty in the first ten minutes is not a very good start and that gave them momentum because when you come here you need to manage the environment and play in their half.

"We had a moment before they scored the penalty when Maouche had a one v one from the edge of the box, I was disappointed with that one, he should have took him on and put it away and I think it’s that kind of moment where we need to be better."

Danny Rowe after netting his first goal for Latics: "I’m quite a quiet lad to be fair. It’s obviously good to see them all chanting your name and different things but its gives you confidence.

"Overall for me it’s good to get off the mark, that gives me confidence as well and the fans will be happy that I’ve scored."

What They Said

Graham Coughlan after his sides empathic win over Bradford: "Today we’ve set the standard and I want us to continue it. The work rate has been there, the fitness levels have gone up and the intensity of training has risen.

"Their attitude, work rate and commitment has been there for all to show – we were just making some basic errors. We’ve put our bodies on the line and showed what it means to play for Mansfield Town Football Club.

"We will get fitter, we will grow and we will improve. One thing I’d like to emphasise is: 'let’s not get carried away.'

"Over the last 12 months, inconsistency has been an issue at this football club. It’s up to the lads now to push on and show consistency."

Watch Out For

Nicky Maynard is no stranger to goals at this level, the 33-year-old bagged a hat-trick when these two sides met earlier on this season.

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Maynard was a product of the Crewe Alexandra academy and went on to be prolific for Crewe. This won him a big money move to Bristol City. The transfer was for a fee believed to be in the region of £2.25m, which as the time was Bristol City’s record transfer fee. His form between 2008 and 2012 at Ashton Gate won the forward a move to West Ham United in January 2012. He helped his new side win promotion back to the Premier League via the play-offs.

His spell with the Irons was brief making just 17 appearances and moving on to Cardiff City in the next transfer window. His time in Wales was marred by him suffering a torn cruciate ligament early on that meant he missed most of his first full season with the Bluebirds. He came back sooner than expected and came off the bench in the clubs last game of the season scoring a penalty in the game. The game finished 2-2 which meant that both Hull and Cardiff were promoted to the Premier League.

Maynard had a loan spell with Wigan Athletic before going to MK Dons and Aberdeen. He was then part of the Bury team that won promotion from League Two last season before signing for the Stags this summer.

Familiar Face

Current Mansfield striker Craig Davies has played for both clubs.

Davies joined the Stags from Latics for an undisclosed fee in June 2018 following Oldham’s relegation from League One. It was his second stint at Boundary Park after leaving Italian side Hellas Verona and Wolverhampton Wanderers deciding not to make his loan permanent. Davies got off to the best start possible as an Oldham player, scoring a last-minute winner against Swansea on his debut. During his time at Oldham he also made a loan move to Stockport County.

In between his two spells at Boundary Park, Davies played for; Brighton, Yeovil, Port Vale, Chesterfield, Barnsley, Bolton, Preston and Scunthorpe.

His first season with Mansfield was cut short when he underwent surgery on his ankle in December.

The journeyman striker has been capped seven times by the Wales national team.

In The Dugout

Graham Coughlan is the man in the away dugout.

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The Dublin born manager played for a number of clubs during his time as player including Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday and Burnley.

His first job in management was with Bristol Rovers. He had been on the coaching staff and was given the job on temporary basis after the departures of Darrell Clarke and Marcus Stewart. He left Rovers when they were fourth in League One, joining Mansfield Town in the division below.

He has been manager of the Stags since the 17th of December 2019 and so far, has overseen two victories as manager.

Match Officials

Michael Salisbury will be the man in charge as Oldham Athletic host Mansfield in the Sky Bet League Two fixture tomorrow evening (7:45pm KO).

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The referee has officiated 22 games this season, brandishing 66 yellow cards as well as nine reds.

This will be his first time officiating an Oldham or Mansfield fixture this season.

He will be assisted by Joe Clark and Chris Isherwood with Martin Woods as the Fourth Official.

Sky Bet Odds

Mansfield are slight favourites going into the game. They are 7/5 to win the game whilst Latcis are priced at 9/5.

Oldham’s last four outings have all resulted in draws and you can get odds of 23/10 on the same outcome at Boundary Park.

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Ticket Information

Please note that admission has been reduced for all age categories to £5 and the North Stand is closed.

More information is available by clicking here and here.

A reminder that supporters who have purchased half-season tickets, these are valid from this game onwards. More details are available by clicking the below image.

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How To Follow The Game

If you can't attend the fixture in person at Boundary Park, live commentary is available for all subscribers on iFollow Latics with Mike Leyland and Roy Butterworth who will be talking you through the match.

The iFollow video match pass is available once again for overseas and UK residents due to it not being a Saturday 3pm kick-off.

To subscribe for the fixture, click here. The match pass fee is £10 and includes on-screen graphics and replays.

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

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: Latics Impressively Beat Mansfield Town

Latics 3-1 Mansfield Town.

28 January 2020

Oldham eased to their first victory of the year beating Mansfield Town by three goals to one at a wet Boundary Park.

Latics made the perfect start to the game and goals from Jonny Smith and Tom Hamer saw they were in cruise control going into the break. A professional second half paired with a mercurial effort from Gevaro Nepomuceno ensure it was a good day at the office for Dino Maamria’s men. Town did pull one back with just seconds left on the clock with Ottis khan supplying the finish.

Latics started the game on the front foot and showed true attacking intent from the off. Oldham showed some early signs of promise but their first chance of note came in the 13th minute when Jonny Smith managed to get down the line and fired in a dangerous cross which the Stags’ keeper could only punch away.

They didn’t have to wait long for the next opportunity to come along and it was Smith again who forced the issue. His cross was aimed for talisman Danny Rowe who couldn’t get his head to it. The ball fell fortuitously to Gevaro Nepomuceno who’s shot was a straight forward save for Bobby Olejnik.

A rare attack from Manfield was answered by a swift Latics counter-attack started by Zeus De La Paz throwing the ball long to Jonny Smith, who yet again caused havoc and unleashed a cross into the box that was cleared for a Latics throw. The resulting throw led to a chance for skipper David Wheater, who’s low finish was an easy save for Stags’ stopper.

Smith got the reward for his performance in the 23rd minute, Nepomuceno’s ball in narrowly evaded the head of Danny Rowe and the ball fell to Smith who toyed with the Mansfield defence before slotting in a perfect finish into the far bottom corner.

Oldham’s dominance continued after taking the lead and new signing Danny Rowe fired wide from distance after Christopher Missilou continued his impressive display by charging through the midfield and picking out the striker.

Despite Oldham’s complete domination, the visitors had a chance the level the scoring as CJ Hamilton’s cross was only partially cleared causing a scrap in the box that eventually ended up in a Latics free-kick.

Wheater had a great chance to double the lead but he headed Jonny Smith’s corner over the bar in the 38th minute. Dearnley also had a half-chance not long after, he battled his way into the visitor’s 18-yard box and managed to get a shot off that was saved by Olejnik.

Just moments later and Oldham did have the second goal that their sparkling play deserved. Tom Hamer ghosted in unmarked and managed to flick the ball off the post and into the Mansfield goal.

Mansfield could not have complained if Latics would have scored a third before the interval and it was nearly a reality; Danny Rowe fired agonisingly wide of the mark in the 44th minute.

Latics started the second half as they finished the first, Nepomuceno broke through but ignored the shouts from forwards Dearnley and Rowe to go alone and fire a shot straight at the grateful looking Olejnik. He redeemed himself less than 10 minutes later with a peach of a goal. He struck an unsavable effort from approximately 20 yards out that flew into the bottom corner.

Latics had a few chances from free-kicks the first saw the Mansfield wall deny Rowe from opening his account at Boundary Park and the second was whipped in by Jonny Smith, Mansfield failed to clear effectively but Missilou could only divert his effort over the top.

Oldham never looked in any danger and it was a debut to remember for Cameron Borthwick-Jackson as part of a well organised Oldham back four.

Not even a 93rd-minute goal from Ottis Khan or the wet conditions could dampen the mood at Boundary Park as fans were treated to a quality display at both ends of the park from Maamria’s men.

Oldham Athletic 3-1 Mansfield Town.

Attendance: 2961 (395 away).


Oldham Athletic: De La Paz, Nepomuceno (Branger-Engone, 88), Missilou, Sylla, Smith, Wheater ©, Pierginanni, Hamer, Dearnley (Maouche, 64), Rowe, Borthwick-Jackson.

Substitutes: Allen, Mills, Branger-Engone, Maouche, Wilson, Segbe Azankpo, N’Guessan.

Mansfield Town: Olejnik, Benning, Pearce ©, McDonald, Maynard (Cook, 51), Watts, Sweeney, Riley, Hamilton, Charsley (Tomlinson, 51), Rose (Khan, 71).

Substitutes: Stone, Preston, Bishop, Khan, Tomlinson, Cook, Knowles.

Referee: Michael Salisbury

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