Oldham Athletic will be looking for four wins on the bounce as they take on Swindon Town in the Sky Bet League Two fixture at Boundary Park tomorrow (3pm).
Latics have won their past three games 2-0, but Head Coach Pete Wild isn’t getting too carried away.
"It's been another good week, it was obviously a tough week last week so, we've had to look after some tired bodies at the start of the week, but we've ramped it up as the week has gone on.” He said.
"I just see it as another game, I'm not prepared to get carried away we've had a good week and that's all it has been, a good week.”
Wild confirmed that Zak Dearnley will still be missing from the squad as well as long-term injury absentee Dan Gardner.
Swindon travel to Boundary Park on a five-game unbeaten run, but they have drawn their last two games.
Lawrence Vigouroux will return to the matchday squad for the Robins, but Canice Carroll will be a doubt after picking up a shin injury.
Latics have only lost one game in the last ten meetings with Swindon, however the last two games have ended 0-0 between the two sides.
Oldham last beat Swindon at Boundary Park in April 2016 in a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Liam Kelly and Curtis Main.
Oldham Athletic priced at 7/5 to beat Swindon Town.
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