Oxford United welcome unbeaten Shrewsbury Town to Grenoble Road on Saturday in Sky Bet League 1.
United have no new injury worries with striker Wes Thomas back in training after being subbed at Scunthorpe last weekend as a precaution and winger Marvin Johnson expected to be available again after a hamstring problem.
Manager Pep Clotet has hinted that Johnson may have to be patient though:
"Our performance was good last week, but the result was disappointing" Pep told iFollow. "Our job is to pick a team based on who has done well in training this week and who played well last game."
Ivo Pekalski is doing well in his recovery from a knee problem but joins Charlie Raglan on the long-term injured list.
Youngsters Jack Stevens and Malachi Napa have gone out on loan this week, Stevens to Oxford City and Napa to Hampton and Richmond Borough.
Tickets remain on sale in advance and on matchday from www.oufctickets.co.uk and 01865 337533. Tickets are also available in the new shop in the Covered Market which will be open this Saturday from 10am to 2pm. The ticket office now has Contactless machines which we hope will help speed things along.
GUEST OF HONOUR
We are proud to have a true United legend as our special guest on Saturday. Gary Briggs was a magnificent servant to the club and one of the best defenders ever to pull on the yellow shirt. Gary will be meeting fans in the matchday restaurant before the game and we know will get a great reception when he steps on to the pitch at half time
Our award winning match programme is available all around the ground and features thought-provoking articles from Darryl Eales, Pep Clotet and Curtis Nelson. We have a great interview with new boy Ricardinho and legend Peter Foley as well as all your usual favourites as we kick off the On the Road series at Oldham.
Grab a programme and the Oxford Mail for just £3
Remember, you can always download the programme and read it on your phone, tablet or laptop. Each issue is available at matchdayfix.com/oufc/
There’s a new look to United’s half-time prize draw this Saturday, with JT’s Cocktail Bar joining the fun and the prizes changing to include second and third prizes.
The new draw brings the Fifty/50 draw right up to date and represents great value: All prize draw tickets cost just £1 and entitle the buyer to a free drink (a beer or house spirit with a dash) at either JT’s Cocktail Bar in George Street or The Three Horseshoes in Garsington.
Prizes have been expanded and the draw has a first prize of up to £750. Second prize is a £100 voucher for the Oxford United club shop, either in the O-Zone or at the shop’s new premises in the Covered Market, while third prize is a VIP package at JT’s Cocktail Bar.
The draw will take place at half-time and prizes can be collected from the matchday reception immediately after the game or by calling 01865 337528
Look out too for the Racehut Challenge. There are great prizes on offer:
Round 1 - Voucher for Family of Four for The Family Taster Race Event - takes place every Saturday and Sunday. That is guaranteed as long as you score in the half time challenge...
Round 2 - Voucher For 4 Drivers To enter The F1 Race Experience - 3 hr race event in F1 cars
Round 3 - Voucher for 16 drivers - Private Race Hut Challenge event - Full grid of your mates racing for glory in your own private and exclusive race event - Plus first round of drinks behind the bar.
See/hear it LIVE
iFollow means that overseas fans are able to see the whole game live and UK subscribers able to hear it. In Halftimegate it looks as though we/common sense have won and we are told that commentary will be left on throughout the break.
Follow it LIVE
@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 new look website means we can once again bring you the official match report right on the final whistle with images of the afternoon.