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MATCH PREVIEW: Carlisle United vs. Oldham Athletic

27 September 2019

Oldham Athletic are back on the road as they travel up to Carlisle United tomorrow in the Sky Bet League Two fixture (3pm).

Latics recorded a well-earned victory over Morecambe last Saturday in Dino Maamria’s first game in charge as Head Coach and is looking forward to the trip to Carlisle.

“Every time I go there, I win, so I think going to Carlisle will be good this year.” He said.

“It's a beautiful pitch this time of the year, a big pitch which suits our players and I am really looking forward to it.

“Obviously, they're a good team, they have a good manager and it's always a tough place to go.

“I think we're going at the right time, we're in a brilliant position, so it's a good game to be going into.”

Maamria confirmed in his pre-match press conference that Gary Woods is back in training after missing Morecambe, but Filipe Morais is a doubt.

Other than that, Latics have a healthy squad travelling to Cumbria tomorrow.

Carlisle haven’t had the greatest start to the season as they sit in 18th position just one point above Latics.

They’ve lost their past two fixtures against Bradford City and Wolverhampton Wanderers U21s in the Trophy 3-1 and 4-2 respectively.

However, in the past four meetings between the sides, Latics have lost all four fixtures in various competitions.

Boxing Day 2018 was a day to forget which was the last visit to Carlisle, but the one previously in the league was back in 2014 where Latics came away with a 0-1 victory.

James Dayton grabbed the winner on that occasion.

Oldham Athletic are priced at 15/8 to beat Carlisle United.

Dom Shaw 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.

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

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: Latics Leave Brunton Park Empty-Handed

Carlisle United 1-0 Oldham Athletic

28 September 2019

An early goal from Olufela Olomola was enough for the Cumbrians as Dino Maamria suffered his first defeat as Oldham Head Coach.

With the hosts not winning at home since the opening day of the season, Carlisle started to dispel that statistic as early as the second minute when Olufela Olomola put them ahead.

Nathan Thomas did extremely well to find McKirdy whose trickery created space for Olomola to run onto the ball in the box and neatly finish his effort into the corner.

Minutes later and the Cumbrians kept pushing forward. This time Woods who made a return in the Latics goal saved Olomola’s shot before Sagaf hit the rebound well over the crossbar.

Oldham responded with a number of half chances as the hosts sat deep, losing possession in the process.

The most notable effort came when at the third time of asking on the half-hour mark Morais’ cross found Branger at the back stick, his header trickling past Collin’s post after the home goalkeeper did well on previous attacks to divert the danger.

As a the opening 45 came to a close the lacklustre performance from both sides meant neither side created much with Carlisle defending more and preventing any threat Latics tried to create.

Unbeaten in four before this fixture, Maamria’s side came out brighter after the break.

A corner in the in the 47th minute found Morais at the back post, unmarked and with time he fired the ball back in on the ground, with Latics unable to direct it goalwards.

Seconds later and Maouche was given the ball in the box, unleashing an effort that skimmed past the post which would become Oldham’s best chance.

Steven Pressley’s team responded straight away, with the substitute Hallam Hope missing a glorious chance to double their lead after McKirdy laid the ball on a plate for the attacker before he guided it wide.

A double change for the away side tried to reinvigorate the side but it was Woods who denied Loft after Hamer was beaten on the 75th minute, with the Oldham goalkeeper gathering a scuffed Olomola shot minutes later.

As the game came to a close a Maouche free kick wasn’t met as it was invitingly placed towards the back post. With Missilou’s header collected by Collin from a Hamer long throw on the near side.

Sitting one place and one point above Latics before kick-off Carlisle held onto their lead and got that all-important victory.

Carlisle United: Collin (c), Elliott, Iredale, Thomas (45’ Hope), Jones, McKirdy (69’ Loft), Jones, Webster, Olomola, Knight-Percival, Sagaf.

Oldham Athletic: Woods, Mills, Iacovitti, Branger-Engone (73’ Fage), Morais (64’ Eagles), Maouche, Missilou, Azankpo (64’ Wilson), Sylla, Wheater (c), Hamer.

Attendance: 4,321 (516 Latics)

Referee: Marc Edwards

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Ticket News

Pay On The Day Available At Carlisle United

27 September 2019

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Pay on the day will be available for Oldham Athletic’s trip to Carlisle United tomorrow.

Latics make the journey to Brunton Park on Saturday 28 September 2019 (3pm).

The initial allocation of 300 tickets has been sold. So Latics fans, who will be situated in the AMS Stand, will have to pay at the gate if they don't already have a ticket.

There is a price increase of £3 for adults and concessions:

Adults - £22
Senior (65+) - £19
Young Person (18-22) - £16
Junior (11-17) - £10
*Family Junior (11-17) - £8
Child (10 and under) - £7
Child (6 and under) – Free of Charge

Disabled Carer – Free of Charge
Wheelchair - £4
Wheel Chair Carer – Free of Charge

Here's a reminder of the supporters' coach details:
Departs: 11:00am
Adults: £20
Under 18: £15

Season Card Holders can purchase coach travel for 10% off either online or at the Ticket Office.

U18s travelling without an adult must fill out a parental consent form, which can be found here.

For more information please contact or call 0161 785 5150.

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