With Latics back in FA Cup action this weekend, with a trip to Newport County in the first round proper on Saturday, we asked fans for their favourite FA Cup memories.

Here are some of the responses and recollections...

That would be us presenting the Red Rose Walkers, who walked from Hillsborough to Anfield in memory of the Hillsborough disaster, with a signed shirt for them to auction before the FA Cup game v Liverpool at Boundary Park...

Arlene Finnigan

Fulham away for me. The ups and downs can't be replicated. From being behind, to pulling it back to then conceding a penalty, to have it saved then to go and win it late. And 4,000 or so Latics fans behaving impeccably and showing what a fanbase we are!

Chris Armitage

The endless replays against Everton in 1990. Everton kept trying to kick Latics into submission and it was great to finally win after extra time. Then beating Villa 4 days later in one of the best performances I've ever seen at BP.

Ben Sheridan

Everton away for two reasons - first we won and second it was the last game I watched with my grandad (Latics fan of 50 years) before he passed so will always be special for me. Also Fulham away was a great day, unbelievable atmosphere and in the circumstances with Pete Wild it was meant to be.

Leigh How

A 2-2 draw with West Ham in mid 60s with all the England players, or a year later leading Wolves 2-0 with minutes to go and ending up 2-2 - typical Latics, and then losing to Scarborough and South Shields at home.

John Bramall

Has to be Oldham 3 -2 Liverpool with the Matt Smith brace.

Loads of work went into getting the game played and it was IMO a proper David v Goliath tie and upset, which is what the FA Cup is all about.

Gareth Glennon

Forest away. That Baxter freekick. You know it was going in before he touched the ball Craig Reeves A vivid one that isn’t mentioned… Andy Ritchie walloping one into the net vs Barnsley. FA Cup fifth round 1994. Close game that Ritchie rescued for us.

And Marco Gabbiadini whacking a ball over the Chaddy roof without it bouncing. FA Cup third round 1994 Ryan Hamer Beating Brentford on penalties at Griffin Park in 1998 to set up a home tie against Chelsea. Only about 150 'tics there. It was live on Sky, I think. Shez scuffed the winning penalty in....

Joe P

Bolton away in 94. Absolutely wet through, but Beckford's goal at the end made it worth while

Mike W

Bolton 1-0 away 1994, Villa 3-0 at home 1990, Everton 1-0 away 2008, Liverpool 3-2 at home 2013, Manchester United at Maine Road (first game, 3-3). Probably a few more.

Dan Walker