Latics are straight back in action as they welcome Scunthorpe United to Boundary Park for a midweek fixture.
David Unsworth’s men fell to defeat in devastating fashion last time out with Wrexham scoring the winning goal deep into added time.
However, despite tasting defeat, the new gaffer will no doubt have seen plenty to be positive about going into the Scunthorpe game.
Scunthorpe United joined Latics in suffering relegation from Sky Bet League Two last season.
Their relegation ended a 72-year stay in the Football league and they have struggled a little bit at their new level.
Situated in the relegation zone, the Iron have won two of their opening 11 league games and go into the game two points behind Oldham.
However, they can take some positives from the fact that they are unbeaten in their last four.
Latics wins: 17
Scunthorpe United wins: 21
The last meeting with Scunthorpe United proved to be a memorable one for Oldham fans with Junior Luamba scoring what proved to be the decisive goal in the 83rd minute.
The game was a big one at the foot of the League Two table but unfortunately neither side were able to get themselves to safety come the end of the campaign.
Watch out for
Joe Nuttall top scores for the iron this season with five goals to his name thus far.
He will be looking to pick up his impressive run of form from earlier in the season and end a run of four games without finding the back of the net.
The Bury born forward began his youth career with Manchester City but had to go north of the border to make his professional debut.
He signed for Aberdeen in the summer of 2015 but only made two league appearances for the club whilst also having loan spells with Stranraer and Dumbarton.
Since leaving Scottish football in 2017, Nuttall has turned out for Blackburn Rovers, Blackpool and Northampton Town.
In the dugout
Tony Daws is the man in the visitors dugout.
After the departure of former manager Keith Hill, Daws has been in temporary charge at Glanford Park.
It is the second time that Daws has been interim boss with the first coming back in March 2011 after the sacking of Ian Baraclough.
He has held a role as academy manager at the club since 2005.
Scunthorpe are one of the clubs that Daws played for as well, going on to make 183 league appearances for the Iron.
Latics are odds on favourites with Sky Bet for the fixture.
17/20 is the price available for Unsworth to oversee his first win as boss whilst the visitors are 11/4.
12/5 is the price for the game to end level at Boundary Park.
The referee is David Richardson, and he’ll be assisted by Lewis Dawson and Callum Jones, with Stuart Morland occupying the role of fourth official.
Match coverage and information
Live audio commentary is available on Latics Player, guiding you through the match.
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.