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PREVIEW Oxford United v Oldham Athletic

A full guide to Saturday's big game at the Kassam Stadi

6 April 2018

Oxford United kick off the first of three home games in a week when they welcome Oldham Athletic on Saturday in Sky Bet League 1


United have no new injury worries after the Easter weekend where Joe Rothwell and Agon Mehmeti made their returns after injury. Mehmeti drew praise from Manager Karl Robinson in iFollow's preview of the game while Rothwell scored a long range effort in the defeat at Shrewsbury on Monday.

Alex Mowatt serves the second game of his three match suspension while Gino van Kessel is out with a hamstring strain picked up on international duty. 

Curtis Nelson's return after a long term Achilles problem was put back when a development game at Stevenage was cancelled on Tuesday but United hope to arrange another match next week to ease him back ito action

See Karl Robinson and Ryan Ledson previewing the game, along with Todd Kane in the Preview Show all in iFollow right now.


Tickets are on sale online at 24/7 and from the ticket office in person and by phone (01865 337533).


The award winning matchday programme features the thoughts of Tiger and Karl and Curtis Nelson plus a great interview with Agon Mehmeti and guest of honour Scott McNiven. We also go On the Road to Wimbledon and we have news and views from all areas of the club. Remember, you can always read the programme on your phone, tablet or laptop. Each issue is available at


iFollow has the whole game live - hear it if you are in the UK, see it if abroad. You can sign up game by game or for the whole season, and we have full 90 minute reruns of every game.

@OUFCOfficial will be tweeting throughout the game and the match centre on this site gives you full stats and text commentary throughout the match. 

The official report goes live with a full gallery right here on the final whistle.


The JT's Golden Ticket half time draw offers a first prize of up to £750. Second prize is a £100 voucher for the Oxford United club shop, while third prize is a VIP package at JT’s Cocktail Bar.

Look out too for the Racehut Challenge at half time.


The club shop has a training kit sale now on. Call in before or after the game or visit


The Family Room is open to young fans from all stands. There are games and activities for all ages plus visits from first team players. Join the fun in the corner of the East and North stands from 1.30pm.


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Match Reports

REPORT Oxford United 0 Oldham Athletic 0

U's take a point as Oldham hold 'em. Full time report

7 April 2018

Oxford United and Oldham Athletic shared the points at the Kassam Stadium as they fought out a well-contested 0-0 draw. The U's showed plenty of passion and determination but could not translate that into a goal as their search for a first win under Karl Robinson continues.

There was one change to the starting XI, with the irrepressible Ricardinho replacing Agon Mehmeti on the left of a 4-1-4-1 formation and Jon Obika leading the line and doing all he could to bring others into play. Obika was perhaps unlucky not to have an early chance when James Henry broke clear in just the fifth minute and crossed towards him; the striker certainly looked to have been held back a bit, stopping him from reaching Henry’s low cross inside the six yard box.

United were committed to the attack though and there was no doubting the workrate as they tried to open up the visiting defence, who were forced into a reshape in the 17th minute when Kean Bryan proved less than keen to continue and hobbled off with what looked like a dead leg. His defensive colleague Wilfried Moimbe was bundled over amid half-hearted penalty appeals from the away fans after 25 minutes but otherwise United’s back line were largely untroubled in the first half despite having to regroup themselves when Josh Ruffels limped out of the game after 28 minutes.

Neither keeper truly had a save to make in the first 45 minutes, the closest thing to a chance for the U’s coming when the excellent Moimbe just got a touch to a 40th-minute corner that was arrowing onto the head of Rob Dickie at the far post, and Todd Kane clearing Oldham’s one clear chance off the line at the other end when Jack Byrne let fly from 12 yards out in injury time.

United had worked tirelessly but not created many openings so drastic action was called for, with sub Isaac Buckley-Ricketts going off at half-time to allow Wes Thomas to enter the fray and join Obika up front.

United pressed for all they were worth and the excellent Dickie, who improves game on  game, almost found the opener with a flying header which Latics keeper Johny Placide somehow kept out as the game slipped into the final half hour. The temperature was rising and the home fans were roaring their team on now; the noise level as high as it has been at the Kassam Stadium all season. One or two yellow cards were shown as tackles flew in (Moimbe's on Kane somewhere nearer safety-helmet level than shin pad) and it was proper end-to-end stuff, with both sides going for the win and Karl Robinson matching his team's passion from the sidelines as he implored them to get forward at every opportunity.

Oldham had more loud penalty appeals when Doyle seemed to be pushed after 74 but were increasingly penned back and having to rely on the breakaway as the Yellows launched attack after attack at them.

Credit to the Latics, who will be slightly happier with the point than United as the two sides try and pull clear of danger. United had to settle for a clean sheet and plenty of commitment but will be hugely frustrated not to have taken a win from the first of three big home games this week. Instead they turn their attention to Tuesday night when they must go again, this time against Fleetwood Town...

Att: 7,096
Away: 492

Report by Chris Williams, pictures by Steve Daniels, stats by OPTA

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Get Behind The U's

Manager and Chairman urge fans to back the U's on Saturday

4 April 2018

Oxford United kick off the biggest week of the season when they welcome Oldham Athletic on Saturday.

United, with new owner Sumrith ‘Tiger’ Thanakarnjanasuth and Head Coach Karl Robinson at the helm, go in to a crucial period which sees them play three games at home in quick succession: Oldham on Saturday, Fleetwood Town on Tuesday and Southend United the following Saturday.

“It is an important week,” Karl told us, “and we want the fans to be loud and proud and get behind us on Saturday. The performances have improved, the players are giving everything, but we need to start winning games again and the more people we have here and the more support we get then the more it will drive us forward on Saturday”

Those thoughts are echoed by United’s new Chairman:

“The future is bright for this club but for now all of our energy must be on the present. This week is when we all need to focus and get behind the players in three massive games. Please stay positive, get behind them, and let’s do everything we can to start a big week with a win.”

We want YOU to join us on Saturday. Book your place and roar the boys on. You can print tickets at home to save time on the day: just visit or you can call 01865 337533 to book your place.

And don’t forget that with four home games left, including the final match against Rochdale, there is a fantastic offer available where you can save up to £28 by buying tickets for all four games at the same time.

Full details are HERE or call 01865 337533 to find the best seat to view all of the action as the season boils up to an exciting finish.

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