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Altrincham vs. Latics

25 October 2022

Latics are looking to make it back-to-back league wins as they make the short journey to Altrincham for the midweek fixture.

David Unsworth oversaw his first win as Oldham boss at the weekend with Oldham beating Yeovil Town 2-0. 

Oscar Threlkeld and Mike Fondop provided the goals on a day that will hopefully fill Latics with momentum going forward. 

The opposition 

Altrincham FC are currently in their third season at this level following their playoff success in the National League North in the 2019/20 season. 

Since returning to the fifth tier, they have finished in respectable 17th and 14th places. 

They were relegated from this level in the 2015/16 season and suffered back to back relegations, meaning they had to play in the Northern Premier League. 

They were only at that level for one term as they bounced straight back up courtesy of winning the title. 

Form guide 

Altrincham come into this game on the back of a solid run of form in the National League. 

They have won three of their previous five league outings. This would have been of been four had it not been for a dramatic 97th minute equaliser for Torquay United in their last game. 

They did however suffer an early exit in the FA Cup with Gateshead knocking them out after a replay in the North East. 

They go into the game in 17th, one place and one point worse off than Latics. 

The Robins’ last six 

Torquay United 4-4 Altrincham 

Gateshead 2-1 Altrincham (FA Cup fourth qualification round replay) 

Altrincham 2-2 Gateshead (FA Cup fourth qualification round) 

Altrincham 4-1 Dorking Wanderers 

Gateshead 1-3 Altrincham 

Notts County 3-1 Altrincham 

Watch out for 

Versatile forward Marcus Dinanga has four league goals to his name so far this season. 

The 25-year-old has been with Alty since 2021 but hasn’t always enjoyed the most success and has been loaned out. 

He showcased his class in the back end of last season with this loan move to National League South side Dartford. 

With a very impressive 13 goals in 15 games, the forward showed that he does have what it takes to be a prolific centre forward and he will be hoping to take some of that form into this season at a higher level. 

And he has definitely shown that he has what it takes of late with all four of his goals this season coming in his last four outings. 

He will be looking to maintain his rich vein of form when Latics make the journey to Moss Lane. 

In the dugout 

Phil Parkinson is the man in the dugout for the hosts. 

He was appointed with the club having just been relegated from the National League North and he has since led them to two promotions and back up to the National League. 

His previous club was Nantwich Town, who he was able to transform from a club threatened by relegation to a side that challenged for promotion. 


Sky Bet have Altrincham as favourites to maintain their recent good run of form and are priced at 17/20. 

Latics are 13/5 to make it back to back wins and the draw is 5/2. 

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Match Reports

Altrincham 1-0 Latics

25 October 2022

© Eddie Garvey

Chris Conn-Clarke scored the only goal as Latics suffered defeat at Moss Lane.

The Altrincham midfielder found the top left-hand corner with a fine strike from distance on 72 minutes to complete a hugely disappointing evening for the visitors.

Latics went close to an equaliser in the closing stages when Jordan Clarke’s header cannoned off the crossbar but there was to be no way back.

Manager David Unsworth made one change from the team that started the win against Yeovil, Benny Couto replacing the injured Dan Gardner.

Latics attempted to start on the front foot but despite creating a number of openings they were unable to find a way through.

After advancing down the left wing, Couto cut in from the flank before seeing his shot parried by goalkeeper Ollie Byrne before Ben Tollitt lifted an effort over the bar after further pressure from Unsworth’s side.

Good approach work from Latics then saw Oscar Threlkeld combine with Mike Fondop and Clarke, whose cross was fumbled by Byrne, earning Latics a corner.

As the half progressed, Altrincham began to play their way into the game, Magnus Norman holding an effort from Eddy Jones after the full-back broke down the left before cutting inside.

Jordan Hulme was inches away from connecting with a dangerous cross from Conn-Clarke and the Alty striker then shot over after cutting in from out wide.

The visitors tried to apply pressure late in the half, Tollitt releasing Fondop, whose shot was charged down by Ross Burrows before Threlkeld sent an effort wide.

Alty started the second period with intent, Josh Lundstram seeing his shot from distance blocked before Hulme’s effort from the loose ball went over.

Fondop did well to turn inside the Alty area before his shot was held by Byrne, but that moment aside there was little for the visiting fans to cheer.

John Rooney blocked a shot from Ryan Colclough before Conn-Clarke struck from distance in style.

Latics attempted a late rally but the closest they came was when Clarke directed a Zaine Francis-Angol cross onto the crossbar with a header.

A subsequent clash of heads meant Clarke joined Threlkeld in being unable to complete the game and unfortunately for Latics there was to be no way back.


Oldham Athletic: Norman, Clarke (Wellens 79), Francis-Angol, Maynard, Sheron, Rooney, Tollitt, Fondop, Threlkeld (Carty 50), Okagbue, Couto (Vaughan 63).

Subs not used: Leutwiler, Cooper.

Altrincham: Byrne, Jones, Lundstram, Hulme (Kaja 62), Osborne, Colcough, Conn-Clarke (Malone 82), Barrows, Cooper, J Jones, Dinanga.

Subs not used: Jackson, Pringle, Gould.

Referee: Ed Duckworth

Attendance: 3,553 (1,606 away)

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Altrincham (A) Tickets & Travel

18 October 2022

Ticket and travel information for the away fixture at Moss Lane against Altrincham (Tuesday 25 October - 7:45pm KO).

The club has received an initial allocation of 1,200 standing tickets in the Chequers End as well as a small number of seating tickets for the Family Stand with a further allocation of 350 tickets. 

All away tickets for this fixture have now sold out.


Prices are as follows:

Adults £19
Concessions £15
12-18s £7
U12s £2

Concession prices apply to over 65s, full-time students and NHS workers.

A limited number of wheelchair spaces are available, with carers being admitted for free.

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here.

Season ticket holders should log in using the barcode on the back of their season ticket.

Please note that the ticketing system will only allow season tickets bought as part of the same transaction to access the page once. Therefore, fans who purchased multiple season tickets will only be able to log in once for this fixture, and any other season tickets in the same sale will not be able to access the page again.

For example, if three season tickets we bought in the same transaction, only one log-in will be permitted between the three ticket holders. Once logged in, you will be able to purchase up to three tickets.


A 57-seater coach has been arranged with a departure time of 5.30pm from Boundary Park.

Adults £15
Under 18s £10

To book your space(s) on the coach online, please click here.

Please note the option to book spaces will only be available when sales commence as above.

Ticket Office

For more information and any assistance, please email

The Ticket Office opening hours are as follows:

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10am-4pm (open until kick-off for home games)
Wednesday Closed
Thursday & Friday 10am-4pm
Saturday 11am until kick-off for home games only (Closed for away fixtures)
Sunday Closed
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0161 785 5150
Oldham Athletic Ticket Office
Boundary Park Main Stand
Furtherwood Road (Off Sheepfoot Lane)
Greater Manchester


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