Mansfield earn an FA Cup reply against League One side Oldham with a hard-fought draw.
Oldham Athletic striker Charlie MacDonald is ruled out for four to six weeks with a torn thigh muscle.
Teenage striker Jonson Clarke-Harris has the attributes to become a top striker for Oldham, says manager Lee Johnson.
Bradford miss the chance to return to the play-off places after being held to a draw by in-form Oldham.
Danny Philliskirk is positive about Oldham's play-off chances after the Latics registered a fourth straight win.
Oldham sign teenagers Ellis Plummer and Wade Joyce on loan but Cristian Montano, Edijs Joksts and Kirk Millar are injured.
Danny Philliskirk's winner at Shrewsbury extends Oldham's winning run to four games in all competitions.
On-loan Queens Park Rangers winger Mike Petrasso struck the winner for 10-man Oldham on his debut at Gillingham.
Oldham Athletic sign teenage winger Mike Petrasso on a one-month youth loan from Queens Park Rangers.
Manager Lee Johnson believes Oldham will grow and produce more displays like the one that knocked Wolves out of the FA Cup.
Oldham will host Mansfield in the FA Cup second round after winning their replay with League One leaders Wolves.
Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash will not be buying Oldham Athletic, Latics chairman Simon Corney confirms.
League One duo Oldham and Wolves need a replay to settle their FA Cup first-round tie after a 1-1 draw at Boundary Park.
Manager Lee Johnson does not want Oldham to get carried away as they look to repeat last season's FA Cup heroics.
James Dayton's late equaliser earns Oldham a point and denies struggling Bristol City a first home win of the season.
After losing at Notts County without James Tarkowski, boss Lee Johnson says Oldham must learn to cope without the defender.
Goals from Daniel Haynes, Yoann Arquin and Callum McGregor help managerless Notts County defeat Oldham.
Carl Winchester's spectacular strike and Danny Philliskirk's header helps Oldham seal victory over Swindon.
Wolves make light of torrential rain at Molineux to see off Oldham and move to within three points of leaders Leyton Orient.
Adam Rooney's penalty ends Oldham's winless league run and condemns Graham Kavanagh to a first defeat as Carlisle manager.