Neil Lennon believes avoiding defeat to Eastleigh will provide a huge boost to his Bolton players ahead of tonight’s trip to face Sheffield Wednesday.
Neil Lennon has urged his Bolton players to follow his example and show calmness under pressure when they face Bristol City in a crunch clash tomorrow.
Neil Lennon has challenged his Bolton Wanderers side to combine stout defending with guile and adventure in attack ahead of an important week of fixtures.
Oldham are ten points off sixth place and with only four games remaining their play-off hopes are getting fainter by the day.
Aaron Wilbraham’s first-half header sealed the victory for Bristol on Saturday with Steve Cotterill’s men moving eight points clear at the top of the division, but Rochdale’s Hill still took pride in the way his young charges performed.
Johnson’s side have responded well after losing their 13-game unbeaten run to Bristol City two weeks ago, with a win over Leyton Orient and a hard-earned point at home to Crawley Town as they prepare to face Sheffield United.
The Latics have lost just once in their last fifteen fixtures in all competitions, and face Crawley Town on Saturday who have won just once in the last seven.
Mike Jones’ first-half free-kick was the only goal of the FA Cup first round game as Leyton Orient wasted chances before captain Nathan Clarke had a second-half goal disallowed for pushing.
Oldham’s impressive run briefly took them into the League One play-off places, a feat they hadn’t managed since the opening weekend of last season, before defeat to Bristol City on Saturday.
The Latics have gone 13 games unbeaten in all competitions but face their sternest test of the season when they travel to Ashton Gate to take on the might of Bristol City.
Oldham face sixth-placed Chesterfield on Saturday where the Latics will aim to extend their unbeaten run to 11 games in all competitions