Latics travel to Mansfield for their penultimate Sky Bet League Two fixture and final away fixture of the season this Bank Holiday weekend (3pm).
- Salford City 2-0 Mansfield Town
- Mansfield Town 3-0 Scunthorpe United
- Stevenage 0-1 Mansfield Town
- Mansfield Town 1-1 Newport County
- Exeter City 0-0 Mansfield Town
- Mansfield Town 0-2 Leyton Orient
He has been in charge at Mansfield since the 6th of November 2020.
The 54-year-old had a good playing career as well as management and he represented Nottingham Forest over 300 times, Liverpool, Manchester City, Sheffield Wednesday before finishing his career with Burton. He was also capped 14 times by England.
Field Mill (One Call Stadium)
Built before 1861.
Record attendance: 24,467 (vs. Nottingham Forest, 1953)
The referee in charge is Antony Coggins.
He has taken charge of 26 games in this campaign handing out 78 bookings and five red cards.
The last fixture he officiated involving Latics was in January 2019 as we suffered a 2-1 defeat away at MK Dons in a Sky Bet League Two fixture.
His assistants are Thomas Harty and Robert Adkin with Darren Wilding as the Fourth Official.
Sky Bet Odds
Mansfield are odds on favourites at 10/11 to pick up all three points whilst Latics are 13/5 to be victorious on their last away trip of the season.
13/5 is also the price for the draw.
How To Follow The Game
Because the game is classed as behind-closed-doors, supporters can tune into a live match stream with commentary available for all subscribers on iFollow Latics, as Roy Butterworth and Michael Brown talk you through the action.
Please also note, supporters will be unavailable to follow the game live on our social media platforms (Facebook, Twiter & Instagram) for this weekend's game as the club joins English football in a boycott to raise much-needed attention and change in reporting and tackling discrimination and online abuse.
In the current environment, there is a greater dependence on match streaming than ever before.
As a result iFollow generates one of the only revenue streams available to clubs through these financial challenges.
Piracy - and illegal streaming of matches - does not only carry the risk of potential criminal action, but also has a greater financial impact on clubs while supporters are unable to attend matches.
The EFL's campaign would like to not only convey the message that piracy is immoral and illegal, but that it is also financially damaging club's across the divisions.