It’s an all-North-West affair for the last home game of the season as Tranmere prepare to face an already-relegated Oldham Athletic who will be playing for pride on Saturday afternoon at Prenton Park.
Despite the best efforts of John Sheridan who made a return to Boundary Park earlier in the season, it wasn’t to be for the Latics who are facing a season in the Vanarama National League next campaign.
As for Rovers, they’re still within a shout of the play-offs but will need a number of results to go in our favour as we head into the penultimate game of the regular season for Micky Mellon’s side with just a trip to Leyton Orient to follow on the final day.
Calum MacDonald and Kieron Morris return from suspension after their four games out.
Joe Murphy has returned to training following missing last week's game with a knock, as has Tom Davies.
Callum McManaman will miss out with concussion after a clash of heads against Stevenage.
One to Watch: Davis Kiellor-Dunn
After spending his youth days within a number of set-ups including Middlesborough, Sunderland and Chesterfield, Keillor-Dunn eventually broke through North of the border whilst playing for Ross County.
He would spend two years in Scotland including a loan spell with fellow Scottish side Falkirk before moving to Wales by joining Wrexham until the end of the 19/20 season.
His move to Oldham in 2020, despite not being the most successful season when looking at the final standings, was a positive one for the forward who nearly got into double figures for goals.
And this year has been even more impressive on a personal level, contributing to 17 goals whilst also claiming a personal accolade with Sky Bet League Two ‘Player of the Month’ for February.
With two games left to play, Keillor-Dunn will be hoping to end the season on a high and add to his tally as the Latics prepare for life outside of the top four tiers of English football for the first time in 115-years.
Manager: John Sheridan
John Sheridan returned to the club in January and gave Oldham a fighting chance of survival with some crucial wins which looked like they might just be enough to save the former Premier League side from the drop.
In his playing career, Sheridan played a lot of his career with Leeds United, spending seven years with the Yorkshire side. He finished his career with Oldham where he played well over 100 games for the club before taking full charge in 2006 post several caretaker roles at Boundary Park.
Since then, Sheridan has managed a whole host of clubs which seem to always complete a full circle and finish with him back in the North-West as he is now currently in his fourth spell of being in permanent charge of the side in which he clearly has a special feeling for.
With the announcement being made on Thursday that Sheridan had signed a new deal to keep him as the Oldham gaffer till the summer of 2023, Oldham fans will feel a huge boost heading into what is going to be an experience no matter what happens when they start next season in non-league.
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