Lang scores twice to notch three in four days for Oldham Athletic.
- Loan Update: Callum Lang scores both goals in Oldham Athletic's 2-0 win against Tranmere Rovers.
- Development Squad striker now has 14 for the season in all competitions.
- Lang also scored and assisted in Oldham's 2-0 weekend victory over Grimsby Town.
Callum Lang - Oldham Athletic
It's been an excellent few days for Latics' Development Squad forward Callum Lang, with the 20-year-old striker on target for the second and third time in the space of four days when he netted a double for Oldham Athletic in their 2-0 home win against Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday evening.
Lang, who now has 14 goals for the season, followed up his goal and assist from the weekend's 2-0 win against Grimsby Town, taking his Sky Bet League Two goal tally to 11 for the campaign.
The striker gave Oldham an early lead against Tranmere in the seventh minute with a fine finish into the left corner following a solo run from the left, before doubling his side's advantage in the 61st minute, using his strength to turn the centre half, before firing low into the bottom corner.
Watch Callum Lang's goals below...
Victory for the Latics sees them 12th in League Two on 54 points, seven points behind Exeter City in the final play-off place in seventh and seven points behind sixth place Forest Green Rovers with a game in hand, giving Pete Wild's men an outside chance of making the play-offs.
Lang's double means he has now scored 21 goals in 65 League Two appearances across his loan spells with Morecambe FC and Oldham.
Tylor Golden featured for the full 90 minutes of Droylsden FC's 3-0 defeat to Kidderminster Harriers on Tuesday, whilst Olly Crankshaw wasn't involved in Curzon Ashton's National League North 3-1 defeat to Blyth Spartans on Monday.
Saturday 6 April
Leo Da Silva Lopes - Peterborough United v Gillingham
James Vaughan - Wycombe Wanderers v Portsmouth
Callum Lang - Colchester United v Oldham Athletic
Olly Crankshaw - Curzon Ashton v Leamington
Tylor Golden - Ramsbottom United v Droylsden FC
Jordan Perrin - Newcastle Town v Runcorn Linnets