Next up is Oldham Athletic, who enjoyed a strong end to 2016/17 – form which saw them avoid relegation to Sky Bet League Two.
Founded: 1899 (as Oldham Athletic)
Stadium: SportsDirect.com park (Capacity 13,500)
Location: Oldham, Greater Mancheser
Home colours: Blue shirts, blue shorts, blue socks
Name: John Sheridan
Previous clubs (player): Manchester City, Leeds United, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham City, Bolton Wanderers, Doncaster Rovers, Oldham Athletic; Republic of Ireland
Previous clubs (manager): Oldham Athletic (third spell), Chesterfield, Plymouth Argyle, Newport County, Notts County
Honours (player): EFL Cup (Sheffield Wednesday, 1990/91), Championship winner (Bolton Wanderers, 1996/97)
Honours (manager): League Two winner (Chesterfield, 2010/11) EFL Trophy (Chesterfield, 2011/12)
Key and notable players*
Captain: Peter Clarke
Top appearance maker (2016/17): Peter Clarke (53)
Top goalscorer (2016/17): Peter Clarke (6)
Player of the Year (2016/17): Peter Clarke
Longest-serving player: Brian Wilson (3 years)
Other notable players: Ryan Flynn, Anthony Gerrard, Paul Green, Ryan McLaughlin
*still with the club
League position: 17th, Sky Bet League One (W12, D17, L17, P53, GF 31, GA 44)
FA Cup: Round 2
Carrabao Cup: Round 2
Checkatrade Trophy: Round of 16
In: Dan Gardner (Chesterfield)
Out: Josh Law, Jamie Reckord, Lee Croft, Michael Ngoo, Lee Knight, Charles Dunne
HISTORY WITH THE DONS
Head to head
Dons wins: 11
Last Dons win: 1-0, 7th February 2017 (Stadium MK)
Biggest Dons win: 7-0, 20th December 2014 (Stadium MK)
Last draw: 0-0, 22nd February 2011 (Stadium MK)
Oldham wins: 6
Last Oldham win: 3-1, 9th February 2013 (SportsDirect.com Park)
Biggest Oldham win: 3-0, 28th August 2004 (SportsDirect.com Park)
Played for both
Jonson Clarke-Harris, Lewis Guy, Jabo Ibehre, Charlie MacDonald, Keanu Marsh-Brown, Filipe Morais, Giorgio Rasulo, Allan Smart, Aaron Wilbraham
Fixtures will be released on Wednesday 21st June.
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