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National League | Gameweek 24
Mar 28, 2023 at 7.45pm UK
Grosvenor Vale

2 - 2

Olomola (48'), Blu Lo-Everton (57')
Obiero (45'), Howes (60')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Nuttall (28', 61' pen.)
Nuttall (85'), Yarney (90')

Preview: Wealdstone vs. Oldham Athletic - prediction, team news, lineups

:Headline: Preview: Wealdstone vs. Oldham Athletic - prediction, team news, lineups:
Sports Mole previews Tuesday's National League clash between Wealdstone and Oldham Athletic, including predictions, team news and possible lineups.
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Wealdstone will be looking to address their poor run of form in the National League when they welcome Oldham Athletic to Ruislip Manor Sports & Social Club on Tuesday night.

The hosts extended their losing run on Saturday afternoon with a defeat against Barnet, while Oldham earned a point at home against playoff-chasing Solihull Moors.

Match preview

Wealdstone's worrying period of results continued on the weekend as they lost 2-0 at home to Barnet, extending their losing run to three matches in the National League.

Second-half goals from Nicke Kabamba and Harry Pritchard ensured the points were awarded to the Bees at the full-time whistle - the Stones have now failed to register a goal in back-to-back home matches.

A three-game winning streak at the beginning of March raised expectations among the Wealdstone faithful that a playoff charge may have been on the cards, but their side are currently down in 11th in the standings, seven points behind seventh-placed Boreham Wood.

Stuart Maynard has guided the Stones to successive bottom-half finishes in the National League since taking the charge in early 2021 - he will be aiming to land the club their first-ever top-half spot in the fifth tier.

Oldham are now three games without a win after a 1-1 draw at Boundary Park against Solihull Moors on Saturday afternoon, with the visitors bagging a 94th-minute equaliser through Jack Stevens.

The Latics faithful were left feeling deflated after the cruel manner in which two points were snatched away from them, but their side have an immediate opportunity to put things right on Tuesday night in Middlesex.

David Unsworth's men are one of the few sides in the National League who can safely assume they will be playing fifth-tier football next season, with the club currently nine points ahead of 21st-placed Gateshead with just eight games left to play.

Oldham have struggled massively on their travels this campaign having earned maximums in just three of their 19 fixtures away from their Boundary Park home - only four other sides have won fewer on the road.

Wealdstone National League form:

Oldham Athletic National League form:

Team News

Wealdstone boss Maynard was pleased with his side's performance despite the Derby Day defeat against Barnet on Saturday, although the likes of Tarryn Allarakhia and Dominic Hutchinson will be pushing for starts.

Sam Howes returned in between the sticks on Saturday for the Stones after he went off for England C duty earlier in the week - the keeper is expected to retain his place in net on Tuesday night.

Oldham have a host of injury concerns ahead of this midweek clash, with Alex Reid set for a race to be fit by the end of the campaign due to a hamstring strain.

Both Chris Porter and Hallam Hope remain sidelined as long-term absentees for the Latics - boss Unsworth has very limited options at the top end of the pitch.

Wealdstone possible starting lineup:
Howes; Clayden, Barker, Cook, Taylor; Habergham, Simper, Ferguson, Andrews; Obiero, Olomola

Oldham Athletic possible starting lineup:
Hudson; Green, Yarney, Hogan, Kitching; Sheron, Sutton, Rooney, Shelton; Sambou, Nuttall

We say: Wealdstone 1-0 Oldham Athletic

Wealdstone are aiming to bounce back from defeat against local rivals Barnet on the weekend, and you feel that manager Maynard will be able to motivate his group of players to finish the season on a high.

Oldham will be desperate to return to winning ways on Tuesday, but considering their woeful away record so far this term, we believe their efforts in Middlesex will not be enough for any points.

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