Wigan boss Gary Caldwell is looking for another three points but is warning against complacency as his side travel to bottom club Crewe Alexandra.
Keith Hill celebrates three years back in charge at Rochdale this weekend and has thanked the board for their faith in him ahead of this Saturday’s trip to his former club Barnsley.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell will be looking for a quick-fire reaction from his players as they welcome in-form Chesterfield to the DW Stadium this weekend.
Keith Hill says key moments in games are costing his Rochdale side after their 3-2 defeat at home to Chesterfield.
Keith Hill insists he always knew his players were capable after his Rochdale side’s emphatic 3-0 win at high-flying Walsall.
Wigan began the New Year with a hard fought point at Scunthorpe to come out of the festive period unbeaten and in fifth position in SkyBet League One.
Bury boss David Flitcroft said that he aspires for his side to be like Leicester City, as his side beat Chesterfield 1-0 despite a host of injuries.
Oldham head into Saturday’s trip to bottom side Crewe Alexandra with an unfamiliar favourites tag on their shoulders, and David Dunn is keen to win back the fans’ affections after back-to-back home defeats.
Having beaten both Chesterfield and Mansfield in the space of a week, manager David Dunn says Oldham will not be complacent ahead of hosting luckless Barnsley this weekend.
David Dunn claimed his second win as Oldham boss thanks to two second-half goals in Chesterfield, despite what the manager called an out-of-character first-half display.
Oldham’s injury-hit squad returns to League One action at Chesterfield this weekend, with the form books suggesting Latics could snatch an away win despite having won just twice this season – the fewest in the division.