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PREVIEW Oxford United v Charlton Athletic

A full guide to tonight's match

17 October 2017

Oxford United welcome Charlton Athletic to Grenoble Road this evening. Here we have a full guide to the match.


United will need to make at least one change after Joe Rothwell picked up his fifth yellow card of the season during the 1-0 win at Bristol Rovers on Saturday. The midfielder misses one game but Manager Pep Clotet has plenty of options. Alex Mowatt came on to score the winner at Bristol while Rob Hall is fully fit again and expected to be involved. Jon Obika is also available once more with Dwight Tiendalli also back in full training.

John Mousinho picked up a  knock at the Memorial Stadium but is expected to continue: Mike Williamson and Aaron Martin stand by if required.

Gino van Kessel once again misses out with a niggling injury that affects the lower hamstring area. He is expected to be available again for the weekend's game at home to Rotherham


Tickets are on sale online at and from the ticket office in person and by phone (01865 337533). They are also on sale for this match from the club shop in the centre of Oxford. The shop is part of the Market Barbers in the Covered Market; easily accessible from the High Street entrance. It is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm and Saturdays, 10am to 4pm.


The Club Shop has lots of coats and jackets for winter, including a great range of parkas. Call in before the game to take a look or visit


We are delighted to have James Constable and Paul Hinshelwood with us as our special guests tonight. Both will be with us in the matchday restaurant and making the half time draw; we are sure you will make them feel at home. Look out for another very special guest as well...


The award winning matchday programme features the thoughts of Darryl Eales, Pep Clotet and Curtis Nelson plus interviews with Simon Eastwood, Paul Hinshelwood and Dwight Tiendalli. We go On the Road to Peterborough and we have news and views from all areas of the club.

Remember, you can always download the programme and read it on your phone, tablet or laptop. Each issue is available at

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@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 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, 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. 

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REPORT Oxford United 1 Charlton Athletic 1

U's share the points. Full time report

17 October 2017

Oxford United hit back to draw with Charlton Athletic tonight in a highly entertaining 1-1 draw at Grenoble Road. Trailing to an early goal from Tarique Fosu United hit back through Christian Ribeir

Charlton created the first opening when Naby Sarr headed over in the fifth minute but there were half chances for Alex Mowatt from a free kick and John Mousinho from a corner as the game opened at a fiercesome pace.

In form Fosu had a couple of further chances but then on 18 minutes could hardly miss as he opened the scoring. Curtis Nelson tried to hook the ball clear but only succeeded in clipping it against the advancing Fosu who kept running as the ball ballooned towards keeper Eastwood. Unfortunately for Eastwood the deflection had added backspin to the ball and Fosu took advantage to reach it first, nick it past the stranded keeper and calmly pass it beyond two desperately backpedalling defenders as United tried to rescue him.

The goal had an element of fortune about it but Charlton had created the better chances to that point and Ricky Holmes smashed another cross wide at the back post after 20 minutes. However the U’s had hung in there and stuck to their guns and on 35 minutes got their reward  as Ribeiro pulled them level with his first goal for the club. James Henry was once again the architect, as so often in recent weeks, jinking to create space for a cross that was only cleared as far as the Welsh right back who smashed it back first time with his left foot for a sweetly taken equaliser.

These are two good sides and they then created a catalogue of chances either side of half time : Wes Thomas clipped a pass from Mowatt just wide at one end but only a magnificent block from the superb Mousinho kept it at 1-1 before Richardinho ended the half with a thumping volley that was cleared off the line by the covering Jake Forster-Caskey.

The second half was just as entertaining with Jack Payne pulling the strings for the U’s and Ricky Holmes catching a volley sweetly only to see the ball ripple past the top of the net rather than flash under the bar. Mowatt, filling the big boots of the suspended Joe Rothwell was non-stop in midfield as was Josh Ruffels who got back to make another important block on 56 as Holmes once again lined up a shot from 15 yards.

Thomas saw a header tipped over from a Ribeiro cross after an hour but the two defences deserve credit for keeping it level. Eastwood made a couple of routine saves but was otherwise well protected by the men in front of him while the Addicks were just as determined in front of their keeper Ben Amos. When Fosu did get a sight of Eastwood's goal on 73 he chipped the ball over both goal and fence with men well placed inside him, while United's number one's only real moment of alarm came when a swirling effort from Billy Clarke needed to be dealt with inside the near post. 

Both sides had gone for it but try as they might they just could not find a way past two very disciplined defences despite a fierce rising effort from Ricardinho in injury time. 

A hard fought point and United move on to another home game against Rotherham on Saturday. See you there.

Att: 7,070

Away: 689

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

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