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17 November 2018

Academy graduate continues good Sky Bet League Two form as Oldham Athletic beat Cambridge United 3-1.

  • Wigan Athletic Loan Report: Callum Lang makes it five goals in his last nine games for Oldham Athletic
  • Max Power, Jamie Walker, Devante Cole and Luke Burgess also feature for loan clubs on Saturday 17 November
  • Find out the latest progress of Wigan Athletic’s out on loan players

Callum Lang

After scoring a critical goal for Oldham Athletic in Monday night’s FA Cup win over Hampton & Richmond, Callum Lang continued his good recent run with a goal in Oldham’s 3-1 win over Cambridge United on Saturday afternoon.

Lang scored the third for Frankie Bunn’s side after George Edmundson and Jordan Lyden had scored to turn the game on its head after George Maris gave Cambridge an early lead.

Oldham are now 12th in League Two, six points off Tranmere Rovers in the last play-off place, with the Prenton Park club Oldham’s hosts next weekend.

Max Power

Max Power was a 54th minute substitute for Sunderland as the Black Cats equalised late on to preserve their current unbeaten run in Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon.

Wycombe Wanderers had taken the lead at the Stadium of Light through Fred Onyedinma but Josh Maja scored six minutes from time to secure a point for Jack Ross’ side.

Unbeaten in their last 12 in all competitions, Sunderland are currently 2nd in League One and travel to Walsall next Saturday.

Jamie Walker

Jamie Walker was replaced at half-time as Peterborough United drew 1-1 with Bradford City at the ABAX Stadium.

He was replaced by former Latics loanee Ivan Toney, who scored the leveller for Steve Evans’ side after Anthony O’Connor gave the Bantams the lead.

Posh, who are currently 4th in League One, travel to Coventry City on Friday night.

Devante Cole

Devante Cole played 87 minutes as Burton Albion secured a 1-0 win over Coventry City at the Pirelli Stadium.

Jordan Willis scored a second-half own goal to give Nigel Clough’s side all three points.

Luke Burgess

Luke Burgess was a half-time substitute for Barrow as Ian Evatt’s side lost 3-0 at home to Eastleigh in the National League, their fifth consecutive defeat.

Paul McCallum scored either side of Ben Williamson for Eastleigh as Barrow edged closer to the National League relegation zone.

Upcoming Fixtures

Tuesday 20 November

Halifax Town v MORECAMBE – Emirates FA Cup

Friday 23 November

Coventry City v PETERBOROUGH UNITED – Sky Bet League One

Saturday 24 November

Walsall v SUNDERLAND – Sky Bet League One
Blackpool v BURTON ALBION – Sky Bet League One
Tranmere Rovers v OLDHAM ATHLETIC ­– Sky Bet League Two
MORECAMBE v Notts County – Sky Bet League Two
Aldershot v BARROW – National League

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