With Latics supporters still being unable to attend matches, the next best thing is to purchase a live streaming pass and help the club in the process.
Available on iFollow Latics for the match pass fee of £10, the EFL have upgraded the platform and this now means the game can be viewed on your computer desktop, on the iFollow app
or on the web browser of your mobile.
Please note, there is no option to register or buy on the new app. The transaction must take place on Oldham Athletic website and then the same credentials used to login via the app.
There are no complimentary passes for this game, with all supporters, including season ticket holders having to pay with it being an away fixture.
Once again, production of the match will be single camera coverage, with the usual replays and graphics as have been seen in previous seasons for those who have used the platform in the past.
Commentary will begin 10 minutes before kick-off, which is scheduled for 3pm.
Support is available for any queries on email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or through the 'Live Chat' on the website leading upto and during the match which can be found in the bottom right-hand corner.
Please purchase your match pass as early as possible to allow time for the EFL to help should you have any issues.
As a club, we cannot directly help you with any technical issues with iFollow, but the EFL support team can.
- You must scroll down to 'Match Passes' section, where you can select the game.
- If you already have an iFollow account, sign-in using your email address and password. But if you don’t already have an account, create a free account by clicking 'Register Now', completing the form and clicking 'Create Account' at the bottom.
- Finally, enter your payment details on screen and click 'Pay'. You're now ready to watch the match on iFollow!
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.
For more information on the campaign and iFollow, click here.