GillingHAM v OldHAM

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Hoping we pick up where we left off on Tuesday, we've won our last 8 at home on the spin and with all due respect, there's nothing for us to fear in Oldham.
 

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Oldham have drawn every away game, we've won every home game.

As you say, nothing for us to fear in anyone in this league so you almost expect us to pick up another three points, but we WILL stop winning eventually. I really don't think it'll be here though.
 

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Hoping we pick up where we left off on Tuesday, we've won our last 8 at home on the spin and with all due respect, there's nothing for us to fear in Oldham.
Fookin' 'ell !! We're beginning to sound like some of those "massive" clubs fans.

Gills 1 Oldham 3

because we've no God-given right to turn up and win. Like to see Cody on the score sheet again.
 

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100% home record, one of only 2 left in the FL. Therefore almost certain to go, 1-1 with a late Latics equaliser.
 

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Think oldham may come and try and frustrate us and hit us in the break.

Hoping we can put in a better performance than tuesday (5-1 sounds a good performance but it wasn't the best).

If we came at them fast I can see an early goal and a gills win
 

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Awful defending mainly! Your first was offside in the build-up, no doubt, then took a rather large deflection over Nelson. The second and third were both well worked but you had far, far too much space. Thought the Oldham front two were a handful, but other than that they were average.

We were just poor today. We were poor on tuesday and massively got away with it, and we were at the same level today. Feel so sorry for McGlashan, today was crying out for a bit of width on our right side with Jackson missing. I like Aaron Morris, and I think he's fine at right back, but he doesn't suit the role that Edinburgh wants. I honestly don't know why McGlashan didn't come on for Wright, shift Dickenson into midfield and play a 3-5-2 for the last 20 minutes or whatever it was. Dack was anonymous, as was Norris and McDonald when he came on, so we had a lot of trouble causing problems in the final third. In fact, the only player for me who played well aside from the back 4 was Houghton. Loft, Osadebe and Wright all had no impact on the game and Hess scored yet achieved NOTHING else in his 45 minutes.

Still, to play poorly twice in a week and get 4 points isn't too bad I suppose. We have to improve though.
 

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Really good point that and to come from behind twice is even better. Shame we couldn't hold on but I never felt we would. Two away draws in a week is okay with me.
 

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The ship has certainly been steaded and we have found some level of consistency. Question is will consistantly drawing games be good enough? Need to start winning the odd one
 

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