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Match preview: Oldham Athletic vs Stags

22 April 2019

The Stags travel to face Oldham Athletic on Easter Monday for our latest Sky Bet League Two clash. Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match…

The Stags will be without forwards Craig Davies, Nicky Ajose and Jordan Graham for the match.

Long-term absentees Bobby Olejnik and Hayden White will also miss out.

The Latics will be without Dan Gardner and Ousmane Fane for the game.

The Stags recorded an emphatic victory last time out, beating Morecambe 4-0 at One Call Stadium on Good Friday. Jacob Mellis, Krystian Pearce, CJ Hamilton and Mal Benning were all on target for the amber and blue.

Oldham have displayed impressive form of late, losing just one of their last eight outings. In their Good Friday fixture, the Latics drew 0-0 away to Cheltenham.



We last faced the Latics at One Call Stadium in early October, a game that ended 0-0 despite the Stags creating several opportunities.

The referee for Monday’s game will be John Busby, assisted by Graeme Fyvie and Lee Freeman. The fourth official will be Tom Nield.

The Stags have received an allocation of 3,034 tickets for the game.

Monday’s opponents, Oldham, have set special offer prices for the match. Tickets are now only available to purchase on matchday from Boundary Park at the following prices:

Adults: £5
Senior (65+): £3
Student: £3
Under-21: £3
Under-18: £1

There is only parking for permit holders at the ground. Matchday parking is available at the Oldham Royal Hospital at a cost of £3. Alternatively, there is also the option of renting a private driveway close to the ground via

There are some pubs in the vicinity of the ground, the closest being the Clayton Green, which is a Brewers Fayre outlet, and the Greyhound Inn. Within the ground, the usual food and drinks are available from the kiosks.

Going to the game? Read our travel guide!

Monday's match will be available to view live on Sky Sports for Sky Sports subscribers.

You can follow the game live via our Twitter updates, which can be found at The match centre on the website will also contain Opta-populated updates, which can be found here.

iFollow Stags subscribers can listen to full-match commentary of the match courtesy of Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes by logging into

A match report will be available to view on our website shortly after the full-time whistle, and full post-match reaction will be available for iFollow Stags subscribers by logging in through the aforementioned link.

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Match Reports

Match report: Oldham Athletic 3-2 Stags

22 April 2019

Mansfield Town were defeated 3-2 by Oldham Athletic despite a battling display at Boundary Park on Monday afternoon.

Gevaro Nepomuceno struck a minute before the half-hour mark to ensure the hosts entered half time with a one-goal lead.

Mohamed Maouche and Nepomuceno each found the back of the net following the interval, either side of a well-taken finish by Tyler Walker.

And Neal Bishop ensured for a tense ending with his strike that again, like Walker’s, reduced the cushion to single goal – a barrier the visitors were unable to overcome despite an offside call on Danny Rose, who turned the ball home with the last kick of the game.

Stags’ boss David Flitcroft named an unchanged matchday squad for their penultimate away day in Sky Bet League Two.

The hosts made a quick start to proceedings at Boundary Park and had the ball in the back of the net in the fifth minute.  

However, as everyone but Callum Lang had initially failed to notice, the offside flag had been raised denying the midfielder the opening goal.

Mansfield then looked to respond in fast-paced fashion themselves with two well-worked crosses from Gethin Jones and Jorge Grant being hooked clear.

The latter was soon involved in the defensive third – denying the Latics a presentable chance at Conrad Logan’s target with a strong tackle.  

Minutes later, Walker was afforded plenty of space to try his luck from the edge of the penalty area, but the striker’s attempt dipped wide of Daniel Iversen’s upright.

The Stags continued their endeavours to break the deadlock yet it was the home side who did such on 29 minutes.  

Nepomuceno latched onto a slide-rule pass through the middle and kept calm to slot the ball underneath Logan.

Flitcroft’s side, expectedly, began to mount an instant response following the hosts’ breakthrough.

Mal Benning first drilled a teasing ball across the face of Iversen’s goal, but nobody was there to tuck home, before he then found CJ Hamilton who cleared the bar with his first-time effort.

The left-back, less than two minutes after, assumed responsibility of the Stags’ fifth corner kick that should have yielded an equaliser.

Ryan Sweeney met the pinpoint delivery at the near post and could only divert his header wide of the target from close range.

It meant that the Stags trailed heading into half time with only one task to complete once they returned for the second period.

And they could so easily have restored parity two minutes after the restart.  

Bishop recycled possession from a Stags set-piece and, rather unexpectedly, the ball made its way through to Krystian Pearce who was unable to make the necessary contact.

The affair became stretched and, from an Oldham corner, Mansfield countered at speed.

Hamilton escaped the attentions of several men to find Jacob Mellis but the eventual effort was smothered by Tom Hamer – allowing Iversen to gather with ease and bring momentary calm.

And this proved crucial when the hosts notched their second goal in the 56th minute.

Nepomuceno, the opening goalscorer, had an attempt blocked that kindly fell to Maouche who was able to smash home on the turn.

It was an already captivating contest that took another drastic turn on the hour mark when Mansfield were able to halve the deficit.  

A crisp, one-touch move that involved Mellis, substitute Rose and Walker ended with the latter firing through the legs of Iversen in front of the travelling Stags' faithful.

However, for all of their efforts, they could do very little about Oldham’s third, which arrived seven minutes later.

Nepomuceno hung back at the edge of the Stags’ 18-yard box and profited from a header that fell his way – lashing the ball beyond Logan with aplomb.

Logan, though, thwarted Callum Lang superbly from a one-on-one to deny the home side a fourth of the afternoon.

And Mansfield sparked hope once more with a fine finish on 76 minutes.

Bishop made space expertly on the edge of the area and was able to find the bottom corner with a first time finish.

Walker then broke clear minutes later, yet his effort uncharacteristically sailed beyond the frame of Iversen’s goal.

Heading into additional time, the Stags were denied a grandstand finale by the same offside flag that denied Lang the opener.

Mellis received possession from Walker and his effort struck the frame of Iversen’s goal. Rose turned home the rebound but celebrations were cut short by the decision that arrived from the far side.

Despite a spirited display, the points were taken by Oldham.

Mansfield remain third in Sky Bet League two as their penultimate fixture, against Stevenage, takes place at One Call Stadium this forthcoming Saturday.

STAGS XI: Logan (GK), Benning, Preston, Pearce ©, Bishop, Mellis, Sweeney (Rose 59’), Walker, Jones, Hamilton, Grant (MacDonald 53’).

SUBS NOT USED: Smith (GK), Atkinson, Tomlinson, Turner, Hakeem. 

OLDHAM XI: Iversen (GK), Edmundson, Iacovitti, O’Grady, Missilou, Lang, Clarke ©, Nepomuceno, Maouche, Hamer, Sylla (Hunt 84’). 

SUBS NOT USED: De La Paz (GK), Taylor, Coke, Benteke, Sefil, Afolayan. 

REFEREE: Josh Busby.

ASSISTANTS: Graeme Fyvie & Lee Freeman.


ATTENDANCE: 6,179 (1,334 away).

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