Boreham Wood FC vs Oldham Athletic Match Review

Boreham Wood FC vs Oldham Athletic Match Review
December 5, 2022

Boreham Wood FC vs Oldham Athletic Match Review

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When Boreham Wood hosts Oldham Athletic in the National League on Tuesday, both teams will be attempting to snap lengthy losing streaks.

Oldham are stuck in second place in the standings, while Boreham Wood haven’t won in the league since defeating Wealdstone in early October.

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Boreham Wood FC vs Oldham Athletic Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet

Boreham Wood Fc

1.85 1.88 2.00

Oldham Athletic

4.00 3.95 4.00

Boreham Wood FC vs Oldham Athletic  Tips and Prediction

Luke Garrard, the team’s head coach, will be dismayed by his team’s recent run of dismal National League performances after they won seven of their first 13 league games this season.

The Wood have picked up just one point in their previous five games, dropping them to 12th in the standings, but they still have a good chance of making the playoffs considering that they are just five points behind seventh-placed Solihull Moors with a game left before they play Oldham.

Garrard’s team managed to secure a spot in the third round of the FA Cup for the second straight year, having advanced to the fifth round before losing to Everton in the previous campaign, despite their dismal recent league performance. After their impressive 2-0 victory over Joey Barton’s Bristol Rovers, Garrard will feel confident that his team can advance to a similar stage once more. However, in the meantime, he will be determined to see his team’s winless streak of seven league games come to an end against struggling Oldham in midweek.

Oldham, who was demoted from League Two last season, is now the first former Premier League team to play in non-league football, and their problems are just getting worse.

The Latics, led by former Everton defender David Unsworth, appear to be in grave danger of slipping even lower on the English football league’s ladder at the moment.

The coach may legitimately point out that his squad has two or three games on all of the teams in the teams surrounding them in the standings, but that will not matter much unless they turn around their recent terrible run of performances.


Something needs to give in Hertfordshire on Tuesday since both teams have recently struggled mightily in the National League.We anticipate that Boreham Wood will be too much for a faltering Oldham team after their heroics in the FA Cup.