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Latics vs. Ipswich Town

Emirates FA Cup - First Round Replay

16 November 2021

© Eddie Garvey

Latics welcome Ipswich Town to Boundary Park this evening for an Emirates FA Cup first round replay clash (7:45pm KO).

The sides could not be separated at Portman Road as Keith Curle’s men earned a respectable draw against higher league opposition.

Last time out, Oldham fell short down South, losing 2-1 to Exeter City with Jamie Bowden providing the goal for the visitors.


If Latics should overcome their opposition, a second round tie against fellow Sky Bet League Two side Barrow will be their reward at the start of next month.

Form Guide

Ipswich come into the tie on a good run of form which has seen them lose just one of their previous ten outings in all competitions.

Each of the following three games have ended level, a sequence that started with the initial first round tie between the two clubs.

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10112021 Ipswich Town Replay Ticket News

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In the league, the Tractor Boys are looking for a promotion that would see them return to the second tier of English football.

They are however currently outside of the play-off places but only four points separates them and Oxford United in sixth position.

Similarly to Latics, Town have also managed to book themselves a place in the knockout stages of the Papa John's Trophy after they topped a group consisting of Colchester United, West Ham’s U21 side and Gillingham.

The Tractor Boys’ Last Six:

  1. Ipswich Town 0-0 Oxford United
  2. Ipswich Town 0-0 Colchester United (Ipswich winning on penalties)
  3. Ipswich Town 1-1 Oldham Athletic (FA Cup Round One)
  4. Wycombe Wanderers 1-4 Ipswich Town
  5. Plymouth Argyle 2-1 Ipswich Town
  6. Ipswich Town 2-1 Fleetwood Town


Meetings: 22

Latics wins: 9
Ipswich wins: 7
Draws: 6

Scored – 38
Conceded – 36

In the first round match played between the two teams, Latics came from behind to draw 1-1, forcing a Boundary Park replay.

Wes Burns got the hosts off to a good start in Suffolk, with his goal coming in just the eigth minute but Oldham were level before the break.

Davis Keillor-Dunn restored parity in the 41st minute. Latics even had a chance to win the tie from the penalty spot but Dylan Bahamboula’s 55th minute effort was well saved by the Town stopper.

It was the first time that the clubs had met since 1997. On that occasion Ipswich were 4-0 winners.

You have to go back to January 1993 for the last time that Oldham triumphed over Town. A 2-1 win away from home was enough for Oldham to secure a Premier League double against Ipswich.

Familiar Face

Latics fans will remember George Edmundson from the time the defender spent at Boundary Park.


The young defender came through the youth academy at Latics and his impressive performances for the blues earned him a move to Scottish side Rangers following an impressive 2018/19 campaign that saw him receive accolades such as the club’s player of the season award as well as a place in the league’s team of the season.

He ventured back south of the border, joining up with Derby County for the second half of the last campaign and he later joined current club Ipswich in July 2021.

In The Dugout

Paul Cook is the man in the dugout for the visitors.

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The 54-year-old has been boss at Portman Road since March 2021 and it is his first job since leaving Wigan Athletic at the end of the 2019/20 season.

Cook is well known from his time at the DW Stadium, he won promotion with Wigan back to the Championship during his time with the club and masterminded an impressive FA Cup run, the highlight of which was a memorable win over Manchester City.

He has also managed Portsmouth, Chesterfield, Accrington Stanley, Sligo Rovers and Southport.

Match Officials

The official in the middle for the game is Carl Boyeson.

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Boyeson last officiated an Latics game in September 2021 as we suffered a 3-0 defeat against Barrow AFC at Boundary Park. On that day, he handed out one yellow card and zero red cards.

He's taken charge of ten games, so far, this campaign, handing out a total of 25 yellow cards and zero red cards.

Boyeson will be assisted by Richard Bartlett and Joe Simpson, with Michael Crusham as the Fourth Official.

Sky Bet Odds

The visitors are big favourites to advance to the second round tie against Barrow and are currently 11/20 to do so within 90 minutes.

Latics are 9/2 to win the game whilst 3/1 is the price for scores to be level after 90 minutes and extra time and possibly penalties to be required.

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How The Follow The Game

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

Unfortunately, an iFollow match pass stream isn't available in the UK or abroad due to the rights of the competition belonging to the FA and not EFL and the regulations in place for non-televised ties.

Highlights of the game will appear on the Emirates FA Cup YouTube channel the following day.

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

Latics 1-2 Ipswich Town

16 November 2021

© Eddie Garvey

In a replay between two historic clubs, Ipswich Town secured their appearance in the second round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Early into the game, Latics broke the deadlock as Harrison McGahey’s looping header found the back of the net before Conor Chaplin levelled the scores prior to the interval with the aid of a defensive mistake.

In the 80th minute, Idris El Mizouni won the cup replay for the visitors in an impressive fashion as the youngster rifled a volley into the far top corner from distance in front of the travelling support.

Latics’ Head Coach made one change ahead of the visit of the opposition from a higher division as Dylan Fage returned to the side and operated in the right wing-back role.

The Tractor Boys, playing at Boundary Park for the first-time since August 1996, found themselves on the backfoot throughout the early stages of the encounter in Greater Manchester.

The first opportunity of the match arrived when Fage got in behind their backline to race into the box before he picked out Davis Keillor-Dunn inside the six-yard box, but the attacker somehow smashed his effort straight at the ‘keeper.

In the 1977/78 campaign, Ipswich lifted the FA Cup after beating Arsenal at Wembley and the former winners were behind in the 29th minute of the replay.

Carl Piergianni, who was being fouled, managed to steer an attempt on target from a corner which Christian Walton saved, but the Brighton & Hove Albion loanee parried into the path of McGahey and the central-defender flicked his header past a sea of bodies on the goal line to get his first goal for the club.

Paul Cook’s side found an equaliser just seven minutes later courtesy of an error from Latics’ shot-stopper Jayson Leutwiler. Joe Pigott produced a cross into the box from the right-wing and the goalkeeper initially claimed the delivery, however, he couldn’t keep hold of the ball which resulted in Chaplin tapping into an empty net.

Early into the second-half, Jamie Bowden nearly made it two goals in two games for himself as he drilled an effort goalwards from the edge of the penalty area, but a defender managed to make a vital block to deny the midfielder.

On a positive note, Keith Curle introduced Jamie Hopcutt from the bench which gave him his first appearance at Boundary Park and Sam Hart entered the pitch after a lengthy period on the sidelines with injury.

The Suffolk-based outfit found the divisive goal in the 80th minute as El Mizouni illustrated his abundance ability. The attack-minded midfielder received the ball around 30-yards from goal before he thundered a volley straight into the left-hand top corner to the relief of the away dugout.

As the final whistle sounded around the ground, it confirmed that Ipswich will be facing Sky Bet League Two side Barrow AFC on home turf in the next round of the famous competition.

Oldham Athletic XI – Leutwiler (GK), Clarke (Dearnley 86’), Piergianni ©, McGahey, Fage, Whelan, Keillor-Dunn (Hopcutt 68’), Bowden, Couto (Hart 68’), Bahamboula (Adams 86’), Hope.

Unused Subs: Southerington (GK), Cisse, Stobbs, Vaughan.

Goals: McGahey 29’

Ipswich Town XI – Walton (GK), Harper (Edwards 75’), Edmundson, Woolfenden (Burgess 46’), Burns (Vincent-Young 75’), Pigott (Jackson 84’), Fraser, El Mizouni, Chaplin, Aluko ©, Clements.

Unused Subs: Hladky (GK), Barry, Carroll, Kenlock, Celina.

Goals: Chaplin 36’, El Mizouni 80’

Attendance: 2,801 (496 away)

Referee – Carl Boyeson

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Ipswich Town (H) Emirates FA Cup First Round Replay Details

15 November 2021

Match details for the Emirates FA Cup First Round Replay fixture against Ipswich Town at Boundary Park have been confirmed.

The game will take place on Tuesday 16 November with a 7:45pm kick-off and has not been selected for live broadcast. The winner on the night will then host Barrow in the next round.

Admission prices are as follows for all supporters:

Adults £10
Seniors (65+), U21 & U18 £5

Please note, all stands in the ground will be open.

Tickets are now available to purchase online for Latics fans by clicking here as well as from the Ticket Office window, opening times are available by clicking here.

Ipswich Town will be housed in the Chadderton Road End and have been sent 800 tickets to sell but visiting fans can also purchase tickets online direct by clicking here.

Both sets of supporters are able to pay on the day as an alternative, at no price increase (cash only) at the turnstile.

For ambulant, wheelchair and disabled supporters tickets can be purchased directly from the Ticket Office on the day of the game. For more information and any assistance in advance, please email

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