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Oldham Athletic Vs Exeter, Tue 23 Nov 2010

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Oldham boss Paul Dickov looks set to recall influential midfielder Dean Furman for the home clash with Exeter.

Furman is available again after serving a one-match ban during Saturday`s 1-0 victory at Dagenham.

Latics right-back Kieran Lee missed out at the weekend due to a pulled muscle in his backside and remains a major doubt for the clash with the Cumbrians.

That means 17-year-old Carl Winchester, who made his league debut against the Daggers, looks set to keep his place.

Striker Dean Kelly missed out on Saturday with a groin strain but he looks set to return.

Oldham have now won their last three league games to climb to seventh place and, aside from Furman`s recall, there are unlikely to be any other changes.

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale has no new injury concerns.

Fresh off the back of a 1-0 away win at Huddersfield on Saturday, the Grecians make another long trip to face Paul Dickov's men and Tisdale may be tempted to make changes in a bid to rotate his squad.

John O'Flynn made a comeback from a groin injury with a substitute appearance at the Galpharm Stadium and is pushing for a place up front while Daniel Nardiello has been occupying the bench in recent weeks and is looking for a promotion to the starting line-up.

Billy Jones has fully recovered from illness as has David Noble who is in contention for a return to the squad for the game at Boundary Park.

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Daniel Nardiello
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Football
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Billy Jones
League One
Paul Tisdale
John O'Flynn
Dean Furman
Kieran Lee
Billy Jones

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