After a mere 718 games playing for the world famous Manchester United, winning almost every honour possible, Paul Scholes (pictured) is finally living the dream – taking up the managerial reins at Oldham Athletic. It’s something Oldham fans have long hoped for, especially as during that time that Scholes took United to soaring heights, the Latics slipped further and further down the leagues.
There is still some way further down they could go, but 14th in League Two for the Premier League founder members, feels close to rock bottom.
However, Scholes could hardly have asked for a better first three fixtures. Naturally, at any level there are no easy games, but in the spectrum of winnable to nigh on impossible, Oldham have three of the more winnable games coming up – three home fixtures on the bounce against teams below them, between today and next Tuesday.
There’s a 55% chance they win tonight (1-0, 17%) against Yeovil, there’s a 49% chance they win on Saturday against Crewe (1-0, 10%), and a 59% chance they win against Morcambe next Tuesday (1-0, 13%). See the table…
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