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25 September 2021 Venue Crown Oil Arena Attendance

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Preview | Oldham Athletic (H)

24 September 2021

Rochdale vs Oldham Athletic | Sky Bet League Two, Saturday 25th September 2021, Crown Oil Arena, 3pm Kick-Off

Local rivalries are resumed on Saturday, as Dale welcome Oldham Athletic to the Crown Oil Arena in Sky Bet League Two.

Robbie Stockdale's men are unbeaten in five in the league, which includes three wins and two draws.

Oldham are currently bottom of the table but picked up a point in a goalless draw at home to Hartlepool United last weekend.


Saturday is an all ticket match. There will be no pay on the day option.

Buying tickets online is the quickest and easiest way buy your match tickets and you can do so HERE.

You can save your e-ticket directly to your phone to scan upon entry to the turnstiles. Tickets are on sale online until midnight on Friday.

The Ticket Office is also open until 5pm on Friday for supporters to purchase in-person or over the phone.


All the information you need to know ahead of Saturday's game, including ticket collections, our junior event, bar opening and more, click HERE.


Manager Robbie Stockdale spoke to the club’s website ahead of the game.

Click HERE to watch in full on YouTube or HERE to read what he had to say.


The gaffer confirmed that he has a fully fit squad to choose from on Saturday.


Click HERE to read what Oldham manager Keith Curle said ahead of the game.


The sides will compete for the Ernie Cooksey Trophy on Saturday, in memory of the former Dale and Latics man who sadly passed away in 2008 after a battle with cancer.

Click HERE for full details.


Referee | Will Finnie
Assistant Referees | Simon Clayton & Helen Edwards
Fourth Official | Andy Haines


Dale Draw Oldham
18 20 22


Supporters in the UK & Ireland can listen to audio commentary of the game on iFollow Dale. Supporters overseas can also watch the game live!

Click HERE to purchase your match pass now. Commentary gets underway at 2.50pm.

Fans are reminded that, with COVID capacity restrictions lifted, the EFL, in respect of domestic streaming, have returned to the position as was prior to the pandemic when the live broadcast or streaming of any match in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is prohibited between the hours of 2:45pm-5:15pm on Saturday afternoon.

Therefore, there will be no option to watch Saturday matchday fixtures during the above times live on iFollow Dale in the UK. However, EFL Clubs will have the right to live-stream midweek matches on iFollow in the UK.

Click HERE for full details on 2021/22 streaming information.

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Match Reports

Match Report | Rochdale 0-1 Oldham Athletic

25 September 2021

Rochdale fell to their first league defeat in six games on Saturday, following a 1-0 loss at home to Oldham Athletic.

Davis Keillor-Dunn’s second half strike separated the two sides at the Crown Oil Arena. 

There were four changes to the side that lined up against Burnley midweek in the Carabao Cup, as Joel Coleman, Alex Newby, George Broadbent and Sam Graham all came into the side. 

While the visitors enjoyed the better of the opportunities in the first half, chances were limited for both sides.

After Corey O’Keeffe’s claims for a spot-kick inside the first sixty seconds were turned down, the first opportunity of the game fell to Benny Couto on 10 minutes, but he could only slice his volley wide. 

Midway through the half, Hallam Hope stung the palms of Joel Coleman from close range, as the Dale goalkeeper got two strong hands behind the effort to keep him out. 

Callum Whelan then struck wide of the target from 25-yards. 

Soon after, Rochdale were in on goal with their best chance of the half and Jimmy Keohane came within inches of putting Dale ahead. The full-back came to meet Morley’s ball to the back post but stooped just fractionally too early and the ball went by him. 


Rochdale started the second half brightly and had a couple of early opportunities. 

Beesley got on to a loose ball and fired over from the edge of the area, before Morley’s low shot was denied by the woodwork as it came back off the post. 

Up the other end, Dylan Bahamboula then flicked an effort wide for the visitors.

Ten minutes after the restart, there were shouts for a Dale penalty, and not for the first time, when Carl Piergianni shoved Alex Newby in the back, but there was no spot kick awarded. 

Soon after, Bahamboula bulldozed his way into the area before being denied by Coleman and Couto had his follow up effort blocked.

The Latics’ goal came in the 59th minute - Keillor-Dunn curling an effort into the far corner from the edge of the area.

A double Dale substitution followed with George Broadbent and Danny Cashman making way for Abraham Odoh and Liam Kelly. 

There was then another Rochdale penalty appeal turned down when Beesley was pushed into the advertising hoardings, but again, the referee waved away the protests. 

Dale rallied after going behind but were left frustrated with the start/ stop nature of the game, and when they did get in on goal, the visitors stood firm. Keohane had a shot well-blocked, while Jayson Leutwiler got behind Newby’s half-volley to hold. 

In the 84th minute, Josh Andrews replaced Newby, in the final home substitution of the game. 

It was all Rochdale during the closing exchanges and in the 89th minute Dale were denied by the woodwork for a second time, as Captain Eoghan O’Connell saw his looping header come back off the bar. 

Moments later, as the game entered seven minutes of stoppage time, the skipper saw his stunning, curling effort tipped round the post by Leutwiler. 

Ultimately, though, Rochdale were unable to find a way through and fell to their first league defeat in six games. 

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