Oldham V Fleetwood Town at SportsDirect.com Park : Match Preview
Good vibrations for Brian Wilson before Fleetwood clash
Brian Wilson is expected to be fit for Oldham's home clash with Fleetwood but fellow defender Rob Hunt is definitely out.
Wilson has been nursing a sore Achilles and is now back in contention but loanee Hunt is back at Brighton to undergo groin surgery after suffering a fresh injury in training this week.
Striker Aaron Amadi-Holloway has overcome a hamstring strain and should be involved.
Full-back Cameron Dummigan is expected to miss out after suffering a setback in his recovery from a hamstring injury.
Fleetwood skipper Nathan Pond made his first appearance since January at Oxford on Wednesday night and will hope to be involved once again.
Pond has been out since January after he sustained a knee injury in a collision with team-mate Conor McLaughlin. He came on for the last 12 minutes of a much-needed 3-1 win.
Martyn Woolford, who is also recovering from a knee problem, was an unused substitute at the Kassam Stadium and is likely to be on the bench once again.
Godswill Ekpolo started in place of loanee George Glendon in midweek but the latter came on at half-time and impressed, as did Amari'i Bell who was switched from left wing-back to a left-wing role for the second half.