All the key information ahead of Tuesday night's visit to Boundary Park
Oldham Athletic v Bolton Wanderers
Tuesday 21 July, 2015
SETTING THE SCENE
Bolton Wanderers travel to Oldham Athletic on Tuesday night for their fourth pre-season fixture ahead of the start of the 2015/16 Sky Bet Championship season next month.
After facing Sturm Graz and SC Paderborn while away in Austria, Neil Lennon’s side took on Morecambe in their last outing on Friday night in what was their first match on English soil.
Hosts Oldham recorded a 5-0 victory over Stirling Albion in their last fixture, having won their first pre-season game 1-0 against Chester.
Zach Clough, Mark Davies, Oscar Threlkeld and Liam Trotter will be assessed after sitting out Friday night’s defeat to Morecambe.
Max Clayton continues to step up his rehabilitation from a knee injured sustained last season, while David Wheater continues to work with the medical staff on a hamstring problem that prevented him from flying out to Austria.
Tim Ream remains on international duty with USA after Jurgen Klinsmann’s side set up a semi-final clash with Jamaica in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
LAST OLDHAM XI (v Stirling Albion, W5-0)
Coleman (Cornell 46), Brown (Tuohy 46), Truelove (Mills 46), Wilson (Gunning 46), Edmundson, Philliskirk, Croft (Green 46), Kelly (Winchester 46), Poleon (Byrnes 56), Ploj, Murphy (Turner 46).
ONE TO WATCH
Following two seasons in Scotland with St Johnstone, fan-favourite Lee Croft returned to Boundary Park for his fourth stint with the Oldham Athletic earlier this summer.
Coming through the ranks at Manchester City, the former England youth international enjoyed his first spell with the Latics when sent out on loan during the 2004/05 season, prior to a permanent move to Norwich City in 2006.
Signing for Derby County in 2009, the winger later spent time on loan at Huddersfield Town, St Johnstone and Oldham before finishing the 2012/13 season with the Latics following the cancellation of his Derby contract, where his efforts saw him pick up the fans’ Player of the Year award.
Having re-joined St Johnstone in November 2013, Croft now re-signs for Oldham hoping to enjoy the same success as his previous stints.
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