28th September 2015
Jay Fulton made his debut as Oldham shared the spoils with Wigan in League One.
Fulton played for the full 90 minutes as interim head coach David Dunn picked up a point in his first game in charge.
Oldham trailed 1-0 going into the second half when Max Power beat ex-Swans keeper David Cornell, and when Jordan Flores was dismissed for a reaction to a Fulton challenge, the hosts equalised three minutes later.
Fulton will be in action again on Tuesday night when Oldham, who are a point above the relegation zone, visit Port Vale.
Both Adam King and Stephen Kingsley were involved for the whole game as Crewe picked up a creditable point at high-flying Walsall.
The draw leaves Crewe, who host Southend on Tuesday, three points adrift of fifth-bottom Oldham.
In League Two, Josh Sheehan kicked off his second loan spell at Yeovil with a 2-1 home defeat to Hartlepool.
The midfielder, whose move to the Glovers was revealed on Saturday afternoon, played for the full 90 minutes along with Connor Roberts as Paul Sturrock's men fell to a late goal.
Sheehan went close on a couple of occasions to marking his second stint with a goal - the best of which came from a Roberts cross.
Yeovil sit just one point above the dropzone ahead of Tuesday night's trip to Accrington Stanley.
In Scotland, Alex Samuel started as Morton were brushed aside 4-0 by runaway Championship leaders Rangers.
The young striker featured for 67 minutes before being replaced by Stefan McCluskey.
Earlier in the week, Samuel scored his first goals for Morton as they upset Premiership outfit Motherwell 3-2 in the League Cup, with the Swans loanee scoring twice.
Meanwhile, Kenji Gorre was an unused sub as Den Haag drew 3-3 with Excelsior while Nathan Dyer (Leicester) and Oliver Davies (Kilmarnock) were unavailable due to injuries.
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