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Tranmere Rovers vs. Latics

Sky Bet League Two - Matchday 45

30 April 2022

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Latics make the short journey to Prenton Park for their penultimate match of the campaign and last away game of the season (3pm KO).

With the 2-1 defeat at Boundary Park to Salford City, last time out and results going against thee team elsewhere, Oldham’s fate was sealed, and they will be competing in the National League next season.

Form Guide

Tranmere have won one of their previous seven league meetings.

Still, with an outside chance of sneaking into the playoff places, Rovers know they would need to beat Oldham and hope other results go their way for that to remain a possibility.

Last time out, they fell to a 2-0 loss away at Stevenage, a result that contributed to Latics’ relegation from League Two.

Four of the games in the aforementioned run have been draws, showing that despite a dip in form, Rovers are still a tough side to beat.

They sit in 10th place in the table, four points away from 7th placed Sutton United with two games still to play.

Rovers’ Last Six:

  1. Stevenage 2-0 Tranmere Rovers
  2. Tranmere Rovers 2-0 Exeter City
  3. Bradford City 1-1 Tranmere Rovers
  4. Tranmere Rovers 1-1 Bristol Rovers
  5. Tranmere Rovers 2-2 Carlisle United
  6. Colchester United 1-0 Tranmere Rovers


Meetings: 93

Latics wins: 36
Tranmere wins: 35
Draws: 22

Scored - 127
Conceded - 131

Latics have won neither of the previous two meetings with Rovers, losing out in both League Two and the EFL Trophy.

However, they have had success against Rovers in this campaign. In the league cup, they overcame a two-goal deficit with a goal from Dylan Bahamboula and an own goal helping them take it to penalties, where Oldham kept their nerve to take their place in the hat for the next round.

Familiar Face

Peter Clarke is a name that Latics fans will remember fondly.

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Former Oldham captain, Clarke has been ever-present in the Rovers line-up, completing every single minute of their opening 44 games of the campaign.

The Southport born defender began his footballing career on Merseyside with Everton, where he made 14 senior appearances.

Upon leaving the Toffees on a permanent basis, Clarke joined Blackpool where he made over 100 appearances and was even made captain.

In between leaving Blackpool and joining up with Latics, Clarke represented Southend United, Huddersfield Town, Blackpool again and Bury.

Whilst as an Oldham player, the popular defender completed 124 appearances for the club, scoring 15 times in the process.

Following the 2018/19 season, Clarke would depart Boundary Park and head to Fleetwood Town before joining up with his current club in January 2020.

He has even represented England’s under 21 sides on eight occasions, showing his pedigree as a footballer.

In The Dugout

Micky Mellon is the man in the dugout for the hosts.

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Mellon is currently enjoying his second spell in charge at Prenton Park.

His first top job in the game came with Fleetwood Town. He let Town to two promotions during his tenure.

Other than a brief spell as Barnsley caretaker boss, his next job was Shrewsbury Town before his first spell with Tranmere.

His next opportunity took him north of the border with Dundee United. He left after the 2020/21 season with United finishing ninth.

Match Officials

Referee: Neil Hair
Assistants: Grant Taylor & Paul Stonier
Fourth Official: Martin Woods

Sky Bet Odds

Tranmere are the odds on favourites with the bookmakers to keep their slim chance of nicking a playoff spot alive and are priced at 4/6.

Latics are 4/1 to win their final away game of the season whilst the draw is 13/5.

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Ticket News

12042022 Ticket News Tranmere Rovers Away

19 April 2022

Live commentary is available on iFollow Latics with Roy Butterworth and Michael Brown who will be talking you through the match action.

Unfortunately, an iFollow match pass stream isn't available in the UK due to the 3pm blackout from broadcasters.

For more information, visit the iFollow Latics page by clicking here.

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

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Match Reports

Tranmere Rovers 2-0 Latics

30 April 2022

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Latics’ final away game of the season ended in defeat at Prenton Park.

Josh Hawkes and Kane Hemmings scored either side of half-time as John Sheridan’s much-changed side suffered another disappointing afternoon on the road.

With one eye no doubt on next season, Sheridan made five changes to the Latics team from the previous weekend, including starts for Harry Vaughan, Will Sutton and Jayson Leutwiler in goal.

Tranmere still have chance an outside of reaching the play-offs but the first half, for large parts, was nondescript.

Chances for Latics were scarce, Sutton heading over from a Jack Stobbs free-kick, while the winger also had a shot blocked by Peter Clarke after cutting in from the left.

Sam Hart also delivered a cross from the same flank to Davis Keillor-Dunn, only for but goalkeeper Joe Murphy to reach it first.

Josh Hawkes put Tranmere in front midway through the first half, sending a long-range shot into the bottom left-hand corner.

Hemmings should have given the home side the lead earlier but sent his shot straight at Leutwiler when clean through on goal.

The striker also missed a gilt-edged chance after half-time, clearing the crossbar with the goal gaping, receiving the loose ball when unattended in the area ftaer Kyle Jameson had done well with an initial challenge on Hawkes.

Hemmings did get his goal just after the hour, sending a decisive finish past the reach of Leutwiler.

Although Latics saw more of the ball as the second half progressed after three substitutions, clear chances were difficult to come by.

Jameson headed wide from a Nicky Admas, free-kick, while Callum Whelan had a chance and the closest the visitors came was when Stobbs drilled a low shot towards the bottom right corner, only to be denied by Murphy at full stretch.


Oldham Athletic: Leutwiler, Clarke, Hart, Keillor-Dunn, Jameson, Stobbs, Hunt (Whelan 54), Missilou (Adams 63), Luamba, Sutton, Vaughan (Hope 54).

Subs not used: Southerington, Couto, Hopcutt, Da Silva.


Tranmere Rovers: Murphy, Dacres-Cogley, MacDonald, Davies, Morris (McPake 71), Hemmings, Hawkes, Warrington, Nevitt, O’Connor, Clarke.

Subs not used: Doohan, Spearing, Colley, Foley, Maynard, Hayde.

Referee: Neil Hair

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Ticket News

Tranmere Rovers (A) Tickets & Travel

19 April 2022

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Ticket and travel information for the final away fixture of the season at Prenton Park against Tranmere Rovers (Saturday 30 April - 3pm KO).

The club has received an allocation of 1,700 reserved seated tickets for the Cowshed End. Tickets will go on sale to current Season Card holders (one ticket per season card using the barcode on the back to login online) from Tuesday 12 April at 10am and will then go on general sale the week after on Tuesday 19 April.
Tickets will go off sale the day before the game on Friday 29 April at 3pm.
Please note, that this is the maximum allocation for the away end and there will be no further tickets available. Additionally, there will also be no pay on the day.


Prices are as follows:

Ticket Type Price
Adults (23-64) £19
Senior (65+) £14
Young Person (18-22) £12
Under 18 £6
Under 12 £2
*Disabled plus Carer £12

*Disabled concession is based on the following criteria:

  • Middle or higher rate of the care component of DLA.
  • The enhanced daily living component of PIPs.
  • Enhanced mobility.
  • A letter from your GP or from a Care Home documentation.

Supporters with a Young Person ticket are advised to bring ID. Student ID is not accepted. Tranmere Rovers are very strict on this matter, so anyone who cannot provide ID will be charged the full adult price.

Three pairs of tickets for wheelchair users and carers are available. These are in the home area of the stadium in the Bebington Paddock Stand with supporters in that area very accommodating and welcoming.

Parking is also available at a cost of £6 if pre-booked or £7 on the day and is operated on a first-come, first-served basis (including disabled bays).

Coach Travel

Coach travel has been organised again for supporters at the following prices. A 49-seater has been arranged but is dependent on sales with a departure time of 12:30pm from Boundary Park.

Adults £15
Under 18s £12
To book your space(s) on the coach online, please click here. Please note a second coach has now been organised for the fixture.

Ticket Office

For more information and any assistance, please email

Mondays CLOSED
Tuesdays 10am-4pm (open until kick-off for home games)
Wednesdays CLOSED
Thursday & Friday 10am-4pm
Saturdays 11am until kick-off for home games (CLOSED for away fixtures)
Sundays CLOSED
Situated in the Main Stand on Furtherwood Road, the Ticket Office will open on the following dates and times for season ticket sales, renewals as well as individual match ticket sales.
Adam Street
0161 785 5150
Oldham Athletic Ticket Office
Boundary Park Main Stand
Furtherwood Road (Off Sheepfoot Lane)
Greater Manchester

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