Rob Hunt in line for Oldham debut
Loanee Rob Hunt could make his Oldham debut against Bradford on Saturday.
The full-back, who Latics boss John Sheridan believes can play on either flank, has signed a deal until the end of the season after being borrowed from Brighton.
Sheridan's side have won successive games at SportsDirect.Com Park but it is unlikely either Lee Croft or Darius Osei (both hamstrings) make their comebacks this weekend, with their manager keen for them to have done more training prior to their returns.
Charles Dunne (pelvis) and Cameron Dummigan (hamstring) are still missing as well.
Bradford manager Stuart McCall will be without Matt Kilgallon after he sustained a shoulder injury in last weekend's 1-1 draw against Millwall.
McCall has a fully-fit squad available apart from the defender.
Winger Filipe Morais is in contention for a squad place after returning to training last week following a calf problem.
Striker Billy Clarke, who has come off the bench during the last two matches following a two-month lay-off with a back problem, is pushing for a start.