Rochdale will be going into this weekend’s clash at Milton Keynes Dons full of confidence after their last-gasp victory on Tuesday night.
Oldham’s interim boss David Dunn has insisted there is more work to be done after Latics came away from Doncaster with their first point since the end of August at the weekend.
Interim player-manager David Dunn is feeling the excitement ahead of his first game in management, and will be looking for a positive response from his players as they travel to Doncaster Rovers tomorrow.
David Dunn will be in charge of Oldham Athletic for the foreseeable future after inexperienced boss Darren Kelly was sacked on Saturday.
Jabo Ibehre and George Elokobi put Oldham in front, but after Joseph Mills saw red with fifteen minutes remaining Doncaster clawed their way back with goals from Nathan Tyson and James Coppinger.
Manager Lee Johnson expects this week’s developments in the Ched Evans saga will not deter fans from getting behind his team as they face Doncaster Rovers, the Latics looking to start afresh after a torrid end to 2014.
George Elokobi’s calamitous, late own-goal proved the difference between the two sides as Oldham lost 1-0 in a game in which they spurned several good opportunities.
Oldham have gone nine games without defeat in all competitions, after squeezing past Barnsley in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy on Tuesday night, as they prepare to face Walsall at the weekend
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