Their defeat to Tranmere last time out means that Oldham have now taken just one point from their last four League One matches and that form is in direct contrast to that of Bournemouth, who host Paul Dickov’s Latics on the back of five wins and a draw in six matches.
Subsequently, it’s perhaps not surprising to see the Cherries chalked up as 8/11 favourites for the points by Coral while bet365 consider the visitors to be 9/2 outsiders and Betfred make Athletic 11/4 to land a respectable point.
Eddie Howe’s men hold all of the aces in this one and after they blanked a decent Doncaster side at the Keepmoat Stadium last time out they can shut out an Oldham side with one of the worst scoring records on the road, to card a victory ‘to nil’, an outcome Skybet price at 2/1.
Yeovil have won four out of five in the league but they look set to taste defeat at Swindon who have kept three consecutive clean sheets in League One. Paulo Di Canio’s side are 4/6 via Blue Square to come out on top at the County Ground, where they’re 2/1 (Ladbrokes) to keep up their decent defensive run by beating the Glovers as well as keeping a clean sheet.
Double on Bournemouth and Swindon to both win ‘to nil’ – 8/1 (Ladbrokes)