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Morais missing for Bradford

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Bradford will be without suspended winger Filipe Morais for the home game against Oldham.

Morais sits out the second game of a three-match ban following his dismissal in the FA Cup replay defeat at Reading.

Defender Andrew Davies remains an injury doubt. He recently took a knock to the arm he broke in August and has missed the last three matches.

Deadline-day signing Tony McMahon could feature after arriving on loan from Blackpool but fellow defender Alan Sheehan joined Peterborough on Thursday and...

Turner double decks Dale

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Teenager Rhys Turner's brace helped Oldham boss Dean Holden secure a first home win as they swept aside local rivals Rochdale with a 3-0 triumph.

The 19-year-old struck either side of Jonathan Forte's 15th goal of the season on a night when Dale, who lost four players to injury, squandered the chance to move into the top six.

Young goalkeeper Joel Coleman shook off a calf injury to feature and was preferred to Blackburn loanee Jake Kean but the chosen stopper had a blooper-reel first-half moment when...

Super-sub Wilkinson lifts Latics

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Crewe slipped back into the bottom four after substitute Conor Wilkinson struck late on to earn Oldham a 1-0 win at Gresty Road.

Dean Holden's men ended a run of three consecutive defeats and pulled themselves clear of trouble after Wilkinson's goal settled a scrappy game.

Rhys Turner's mazy run left Crewe defenders back-tracking early on, but the forward was denied by an agile save by Crewe's former Oldham goalkeeper Paul Rachubka.

Crewe's response almost brought an inventive goal for Nicky Ajose....

Dons return to winning ways

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MK Dons earned their first victory in five games with a 3-1 win at Oldham.

The promotion-chasing Dons - who beat Oldham 7-0 in the reverse fixture before Christmas - returned to form with a slick display against injury-hit opponents.

They should have struck early when Latics goalkeeper Jake Kean spilled a shot from Dean Bowditch and Will Grigg fired the rebound against a post.

Kean made amends with a save from Grigg's volley, but the visitors went ahead on 25 minutes when Samir Carruthers set up Bowditch...

Johnson joy on Oldham return

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Barnsley boss Lee Johnson made a winning return to his former club as the Tykes earned a 3-1 victory at Oldham, who ended the game with 10 men.

Less than a month after quitting Oldham for Oakwell, Johnson got a hostile reception from the Latics fans but saw his play-off chasing team record their sixth consecutive win.

Set-pieces were the key to Barnsley's success, starting after 33 minutes when the hosts failed to clear Conor Hourihane's free-kick and Lewin Nyatanga slammed in the loose ball from eight...