Yeovil Town's League Two match against Oldham Athletic will need a new date. The trip to Boundary Park was due to be played on Saturday 26th January, but will have to be switched to a midweek slot after the Latics gained one of the shocks of the FA Cup Third Round weekend, knocking out Premier League side Fulham by a 2-1 scoreline at Craven Cottage, meaning they'll have other interests that weekend.
Oldham won their match by coming from a goal down in front of 16,134 spectators. Former Glovers loanee Sam Surridge set them on their way, with his 12th goal of the season, in 20 appearances as part of his loan spell in the North West. The winning goal was scored by Callum Lang in the 88th minute.
The Glovers have still not rearranged their postponed trip to Cheltenham Town, which was called off due to international call-ups in October. However, Cheltenham have a League Two fixture at home to Macclesfield Town that weekend, which will not be affected by the FA Cup matches. Their other postponed match against Lincoln City will take place at Huish Park on Tuesday 22nd January, with a 7.45p.m. kick-off.
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