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Latics vs. Solihull Moors

25 March 2023

Latics return to Boundary Park today for the first match since the purchase of the stadium by the club.

It promises to be a great occasion, with Solihull Moors the visitors for the match between two teams who have been in good form of late.

David Unsworth’s side return after two matches on the road and on the back of a win against Woking last time at home.

The opposition

Solihull currently sit ninth in the National League, two places and seven points adrift of the play-off places.

Having started the season well, they slipped down the table but recent results have put them back in contention of a top seven finish.

A run of four straight wins, all of which have come at home, means they come into this fixture as one of the division’s form teams.


The Moors’ last six

Solihull 2-0 Boreham Wood

Solihull 3-1 Scunthorpe

Solihull 3-2 Torquay

Solihull 2-0 Maidstone

Altrincham 1-4 Solihull

Halifax 1-1 Solihull


Watch out for

With ten goals so far this season, Joe Sbarra is Solihull’s leading goalscorer and carries a big threat.

A former academy scholar at Burton Albion, the attacking midfielder has impressed since joining Solihull two seasons ago.

He played 70 games for Burton before netting 17 for Solihull last term.

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In the dugout

Neal Ardley led the Moors to the play-off final last season after finishing in third place.

He began his managerial career with Wimbledon, the club at which he spent the most impressive spell of his playing career.

Having guided them to survival, he led the Dons to promotion to League Two before joining Notts County but was unable to take them out of the National League despite a number of play-off assaults.

Match officials

The man in the middle is Michael Barlow, with David Hunt and Wayne Cooper taking up the lines. Aaron Hallam is the fourth official.

Match coverage and information

As this game is not being played within the blocked broadcast hours stipulated by Uefa, live streaming will be available through National League TV for supporters in the UK and overseas.

Matchday passes are available for £9.50, with further details here.

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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Match Reports

Latics 1-1 Solihull

25 March 2023

It was heartbreak for Latics as Jack Stevens’ overhead kick in the last minute saw them grab a point at Boundary Park.

Oldham went ahead early on in the game, when Mark Kitching found the bottom corner with a wonderful drilled effort from outside the box, having controlled the first ten minutes.

Latics continued to be the better of the two teams for most of the game, but Stevens found the net with an overhead kick in the dying minutes of the game.

Athletic started brightly, Rooney produced a moment of magic, and chipped the ball through for Devarn Green, but the winger couldn’t get the ball under control before being tackled.

Green returned the favour moments later, he looked for Rooney with a cross, but an away defender made the vital interception.

Kitching got his second goal of the season when he found some space outside the box, his powerful shot found the far corner, beating Boot.

Sambou, making his Boundary Park debut, had two chances within minutes of each other, his first was deflected wide, with his second going wide.

Latics went in at the break having been the better of the two sides.

Rooney had a golden chance to double Athletic’s lead, Green darted into the box before losing possession, but Sutton picked the ball up and put the ball on a plate for the midfielder, but could only put it wide.

Fondop and Abraham came on in place of Nuttall and Sambou, completely changing the attacking dynamic.

Fondop was denied by the post as stoppage time approached, following his curled effort from distance.

Solihull won a free-kick in a wide area, flung the ball in, with it eventually falling to Stevens, whose overhead kick hit the back of the net.

A disappointing finish to a great performance,

Latics: Hudson, Hogan, Sheron, Green, Shelton, Rooney (Chapman 81), Sambou (Abraham 71), Kitching, Sutton, Yarney, Nuttall (Fondop 71) .

Subs not used: Couto, P. Clarke.

Attendance: 6,683 (210)

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