Date: 20th October 2008 at 11:34am
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Leicester were denied victory at Boundary Park when Oldham came from behind to claim a point in the 1-1 top of the table draw on Saturday.

Steve Howard (54) headed Leicester ahead early in the second half, and only the post denied him a second. Danny Whitaker (69) struck from 25-yards to ensure Oldham had a share of the points.

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One Reply to “Oldham 1-1 Leicester”

  • Oldham Athletic are a very good side so this was a good result for Leicester City even though they did lose the lead.

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