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Sep 13, 2014 at 3pm UK at Boundary Park
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Result: Oldham Athletic held by Gillingham

Oldham Athletic and Gillingham play out a goalless draw at Boundary Park, leaving both sides in midtable in League One.

Oldham Athletic were held to a goalless draw by Gillingham this afternoon, despite the Latics having several opportunities to score at Boundary Park.

Lee Johnson's side began on the front foot, with both Danny Philliskirk and Dominic Poleon going close to netting an early opener.

James Dayton and Joseph Mills also wasted good opportunities in a first half where Oldham were very much on top.

Jake Hessenthaler's wayward strike moments before half time was as close as the visitors came to breaching the Latics' defence before the break.

Within minutes of the restart, Oldham ought to have been ahead as Carl Winchester and Philliskirk both had opportunities to score.

Oldham continued to enjoy the greater of the attacking play, but continued to be wasteful in front of goal.

Indeed, they could have lost the game late on when both Cody McDonald and Brennan Dickinson came close to an unlikely winner.

In the end, the two sides were forced to play out a draw that leaves them firmly in midtable in League One.

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Jonson Clarke-Harris of Oldham Athletic celebrates his goal with team mates during the Sky Bet League One match between Oldham Athletic and Bradford City at Boundary Park on December 01, 2013
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