Latics trio set to shake off knocks

Oldham boss Dave Penney is expected to have Alan Sheehan, Sean Gregan and Nick Blackman available for the visit of bottom club Southampton.

Last Updated: 16/10/09 at 14:54

Sheehan: Set to return

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On-loan Leeds left-back Sheehan missed last Saturday's goalless draw at Charlton with an ankle injury sustained the previous week against Yeovil.

However, Penney is optimistic about his chances of returning this weekend, while Gregan should also be passed fit despite taking a knock on his ankle on Saturday at The Valley.

Blackman, on loan from Blackburn, is expected to be available having played for an hour in the reserve-team's 3-0 loss against Manchester United in midweek after four matches out with a foot injury.

Versatile full-back Andy Holdsworth is hoping to return to the first team within the next fortnight as he recovers from tendonitis in his left leg.

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