Marrow fitness boost for Latics

Oldham Athletic midfielder Alex Marrow has been passed fit for the Latics' League One trip to Southampton on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 19/04/10 at 16:35

Marrow: Fit for the Latics

Marrow: Fit for the Latics

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Boss Dave Penney takes to same 20-man squad to St Mary's as he had at his disposal for Saturday's 2-1 win at Carlisle.

Marrow was taken off after just 38 minutes at Brunton Park having been on the end of a bad two-footed challenge to his lower leg.

But the severity of his injuries are not as bad as first feared and the on-loan Blackburn man is included in the Latics' travelling party to the South Coast.

Kelvin Lomax and Joe Colbeck were the two players who failed to gain a place in Penney's matchday 18 at the weekend and they will be hoping for involvement this time around.

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