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14 January 2023 Venue Boundary Park Attendance

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Latics vs. Gateshead

14 January 2023

© Eddie Garvey

It’s a change of competition this weekend for Latics as Gateshead provide the opposition in the FA Trophy Fourth Round.

The tie will take place at Boundary Park after being switched due to floodlight maintenance work in the North East.

David Unsworth’s side will be looking to build on the good work of the past two league games which have seen them claim a battling draw against National League leaders Notts County before an emphatic win at Dorking last weekend.

This is the first meeting between the sides this season, with the league games both due to take place in February.


The opposition

Gateshead progressed to this stage of the competition with a 5-1 win at home to National League North opposition in Gloucester in the previous round.

Despite occupying a position in the lower reaches of the National League table, the Heed’s form has improved recently, claiming a 3-0 victory at York on Boxing Day before successive draws against the same opposition and then away at Barnet last weekend.

This is the Heed’s first season back at the top level of non-league football after promotion as champions of the National League North last season.

Form guide

Mike Williamson’s side come into this game on the back of a four-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

Their four points gained against York now sees them sit 21st in the National League, moving them to within two points of safety.

They also drew their last match at Barnet seven days ago, conceding a late equaliser having led for most of the second half.

The Heed suffered two defeats at the start of December against Notts County and Aldershot, but those results aside, their form has been solid over the last eight weeks.

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The Heed’s last six

Barnet 1 - 1 Gateshead

Gateshead 2 - 2 York City

York City 0 - 3 Gateshead

Gateshead 5 - 1 Gloucester

Notts County 2 - 0 Gateshead

Gateshead 0 - 2 Aldershot Town

Watch out for

Danny Elliott has scored four goals in his last three games since arriving on loan from Boreham Wood.

The 27-year-old spent a successful loan last season with National League North play-off finalists Boston, netting 31 times in total.

After starting out in the youth teams at Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa, he spent time in the USA before returning to English football initially with Port Vale and then enjoying a successful period at Chester.


In the dugout

Mike Williamson is now in his fourth season as Gateshead manager having initially joined the club the year before as a player.

A defender by trade, Williamson made over 160 appearances for neighbouring Newcastle United over six years.

Having made the transition to the dugout, he guided Gateshead to promotion as champions of the National League North last season with a total of 94 points and still occasionally features as a player.

Match officials

The referee is Ed Duckworth, and he’ll be assisted by Alan Hull and Oliver Noonan, with Alexander Beckett occupying the role of fourth official.

Match coverage and information

As this not a league game, the streaming service through National League TV is unavailable.

Live audio commentary is available on Latics Player, guiding you through the match.

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

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

As always, we will endeavour to ensure confirmation of the line-up is published as soon as possible on social media.

However, supporters should note that team sheets in the National League are not exchanged until an hour before kick-off. This is 15 minutes later than in the EFL and as a result, the line-up is likely to be published slightly later than in previous seasons.


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Ticket News

Gateshead (H) Tickets & Hospitality

9 January 2023

© Eddie Garvey

Admission details for our FA Trophy Fourth Round tie against Gateshead.

Latics welcome the North East outfit on Saturday 14 January at 3pm, with ticket prices being reduced from their normal rates.

As previously communicated, this is officially an away tie but has been switched to Boundary Park due to floodlight maintainance work at Gateshead's stadium.

Please note, only the Jimmy Frizzell Stand and Joe Royle Stand will be open to home supporters, with the Main Stand and Chadderton Road End being closed for this fixture.

Visiting supporters will be seated in the Family Stand within the Jimmy Frizzell Stand.


Admission has been agreed by both clubs and is as follows:

  • Adults - £12
  • Concessions (O65/U21) - £5
  • U7s - Free

Tickets are now on sale, and can be purchased online, in person from the Ticket Office, and over the phone on 0161 785 5150. The opening times can be found by clicking here.

100 Club hospitality is available for this fixture at a price of £30 for Adults, and £18 for Concessions. Please note, this can only be booked in person at the ticket office or over the phone.

Supporters should be aware that admission at the turnstile on matchday is by cash payment only. Should you wish to pay by card on the day of the game, please visit the ticket office.

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